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Taking antibiotic, folic acid, trying to conceive

Dear Dr. ....... i wanted to pregnant , the doctor give me iCQ, before do this i have to take antibytic. the name is metrogy 200 Pink colour for 20 pcs (1 day 2 times) and xidox 100mg (PM) - 14 pcs ( day 2 times, dark green days and my husband too. both of us. before i taken this. any side effect. my self only folic acid 5 mg. (30 days) 1 day 2 times before this i have one son. but cannot pregnant so a lot of people do this can get pregnant. Please advice? Thank you Esther Lee Yen Pin Housewife I only can pay cash and bank in to account, i do not have visa
Asked On : Fri, 20 Apr 2012
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The treatment you have been given is to control any pelvic or urinary infection. After this treatment is over, you need to have ovulation inducing drugs under the guidance of your gynecologist. Folic acid helps in preventing the neural tube defects in the baby.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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