During The 7th Month Pregnancy Can I Take Zerodol P Tablet, Is It Safe

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Kalpana Says:


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Dear Doctor,I am 29 years old.I am 29 th week (7th month) Pregnant. I have seviour teeth muscle pain (lower and upper Jaw joint place). I am not able to open my mouth properly.I am eating with very difficulty. Doctor suggested to take Zerodol-P table twice a day for 3 days. Can i take the tablet. is it safe during the pregnancy



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kalpana! How are you?

Which doctor told you take it, was it your OB Gyn or a different doctor?

The Aceclofenac in it is usually not recommended during pregnancy.

Have you consulted a dentist to see what's causing the problem?

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