What Are Those Medicines Which Is Not Able For Pregnant Woman Within 2-3 Mnths? To Prevent Miscarriage.

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what are those medicines which is not able for pregnant woman within 2-3 months? to prevent miscarriage.

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I had a cough and cold so I drunk neozep. I'm 4 weeks pregnant. Is it safe for the baby ?

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Thabisa Says:
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Hi I was using nuri 8 years back but I've stop it 2015 n I went to a farmacy on October last year bcs I want to fall pregnant they gave me fertility pill but still doesn't work n my hubby is angry with me now and its almost more than six moths using them nothing happens please help me

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I am really new at this. I have e children. And I am 32 yrs old....I am now at high risk pregnancy due to my last child birth didn't go as great. I would like to have a natural miscarriage at home without going to the doctor. Due To i do tell my children everything and my oldest daughter is 11 and we are very close. I don't want to introduce her into something like this decision I made unless its nessary. I am about 4-5 wks ....how can I have a natural home miscarriage?

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