Duvadilan 10mg

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duvadilan 10 mg
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I have this duvadilan 10mg. DD PF 02/01 2001073/00/11. I want to know the expiration date and manufacture date. Can I use this duvadilan 10 mg. DD PF 02/01 2001073/00/11? Please let me know! ...
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Sun, May 03 '15, 10:13 PM
duvadilan 40mg
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I m 22week pregnent, procedure - merselene tape inserted at cervico vaginal jun-n knot at 4 o'clo k. I m on complete bed rest, for a month i was on duphaston 10mg. now doc presd me duvadilan r 40mg. ...
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Tue, Jul 02 '13, 9:05 AM
duvadilan 500mg
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Hi i am so worried now because my doctor gave me before a duvadilan 500mg. I took it 2 times a day for 5 days.. i think it was a high dosage for me.. i am just so worried because when i met her today i asked her about the medicine duvadilan and the mg she gave and she was sorry because she thought she gave me a 10mg only.. i was 28 weeks pregnant when i took that med.. and now i am 33 wks pregnant.. i wonder why she say sorry.. was there a side effect on that for my baby? Please help me. Thank you ...
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Fri, Jan 24 '14, 9:28 AM
duvadilan 10mg effect on fetus in seventh month of pregnancy
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I had pain in my vagina and my doc prescribed duvadilan 10mg twice for 15days. I heard that it will have some side effect on the fetus. This is my first pregnancy and I am very much concerned about it. I want to know whether by taking this medicine is there any side effect on my baby or is it safe to take the medicine to avoid preterm labour. In my 5th month I had cerclage and I had septum recetion also. So pls advice. ...
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Sat, Mar 22 '14, 9:04 AM
duvadilan nursing considerations
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dodong ## hooh ## Duvadilan contains Isoxsuprine, it is given to pregnant women in premature labor to help relax the uterus. It is not available in the US. I am sorry, but I do not have any other information on it. Does anyone else have more details? From more information that recently became available, it is listed as also being used for circulatory disorders. Patients should be watched for transient palpitations, sudden fall in blood pressure and dizziness. Does this help? ## I am six and half months pregnant & my uterus is retroverted so that stitching can be done at the start of the fourth month and I can start taking the duvadilan 10mg. So please give advice to me regarding the side effects of duvadilan 10. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Isoxsuprine.
Tue, Jul 14 '15, 12:33 AM
Pregnant/ took aspirin
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I am four months pregnant and took 325mg of aspirin before realizing.I.wasn't suppose to should I be concerned or will I be ok ## Hi, i'm in 20th week of pregnancy, past 2 days i feel pain & some discomfort in my lower abdomen. so i consult my Dr. she Rx tab. Depin 10mg, 3 daily, and Tab,Duvadilan 3 tab daily for 15 days? is this safe??? ## Diana, Aspirin can increase the risk of bleeding and pregnancy complications, past the first trimester, so you should consult your doctor and make sure they know that you took it, even though you didn't a lot. anith008, Duvadilan contains the active ingredient Isoxsuprine, it is used to increase blood flow. The Deplin tablets contain a form of Folic Acid, which is vital to a health pregnancy. Since you are pregnant, you should follow ... ...
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Sun, Dec 13 '15, 12:21 AM

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