Styptovit E

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pinks Says:
I m 6 weeks pregnant,,,,,,and just got some doctor prescribed md stypgovit E ,,500 mg 3 times a day.....will it stop bleeding........please let me also having severe abdominal pain

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priya Says:
i have over bleeding plz suggestion

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