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Took torchnil tablets during first trimester of pregnancy

I had Miscarriage before 4 months due to Rubella infection. I am taking TorchNil tables twice a day from last 3 months. Just i got to know that I am 5 weeks pregnant. It means that i was taking TorchNil tables when i was 1 month pregnant. Is there any side effect of taking TorchNil tables during first trimester of pregnancy? I am feeling so afraid now.. and i am more caring about my child... this thing should not affect my child... Please suggest.... ## Torchnil is not a medication, it is a natural ayurvedic product, thus, it has not been tested for safety during pregnancy. Have you consulted your doctor? They should be able to do an exam and let you know if everything is okay. ## During the pregnanancy increase rubbella and CMV virus and suggest medicen take against for the same. ## Ca... ...

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How To Take Flagentyl 500 Mg

What are the uses of Flagentyl 500 mg. ## Flagentyl contains the active ingredient Secnidazole, which is an anti-infective that's generally used to help treat fungal infections. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## Can I take flagentyl 500mg if I am having blood in my stool, stomach pain and phlegm? ## Please i had a miscarriage and all didn't come...I was given flagentyl to take and was told the left over blood will flow..pls how true is it? ## Pls help me, I have flagentyl 500mg can I take all at first? Is 4 . ## Pls help me, I have flagentyl 500mg can I take all at first? Is 4 tables in the box ...

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