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Planning for pregnancy. Is there any medical treatment for this? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 09-Oct-2013
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User:I am planning for pregancy..So I would request to let me know whether I need to take any medical treatment for this
Doctor:medical treatment is not required when you can conceive naturally
Doctor:You can start taking Folic acid tablets 5 mg daily since you are planning to get pregnant
Doctor:This will help the baby's brain growth
Doctor:Also, you can get your hemoglobin and other routine tests done
Doctor:all right?
User:yes, but its been 6 yrs I got married
User:and again my husband will leave next month for long term
Doctor:please tell me more about your problem
User:so I wanted to make it confirm somehow by this month only
Doctor:Can we take this on call since it seems like important concern?
Doctor:what time is comfortable for you to take the call?
Doctor:We shall call you then
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