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22 weeks pregnant. Planning to travel, prescribed Duvadalin tablets. Concerning? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-May-2013
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Doctor:Good afternoon
User:Good afternoon
Doctor:This is xxxxxxx here
User:I am in my 22nd week of pregnancy and have to travel next week on official work from Mumbai to Chennai..
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:Hello Dr XXXXXXX
Doctor:Yes, you may travel, by train would be ideal
User:My gynaec has prescribed Duvadalin tablets to be taken 2 days prior to thejourney and to be continued till I return
User:Are these tablets safe to be in safe for the baby?
User:are there any side effects
Doctor:Please take Duvadalin
Doctor:No, absolutely not
Doctor:It will help to keep the pregnancy safe
User:You mean there are no side effects
User:I am a little concerned because of my age..
User:i am 37 yrs old...
User:so you recommend I take duvadalin
Doctor:Yes, that is right, there are no side effects of Duvadilan
Doctor:Please relax
Doctor:It is going to be fine
Doctor:Happy journey
User:Thanks a ton..
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:Is there anything else xxxxxxx
User:No nothing at the moment..thanks
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