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Is there any side effects of using "Multiload-CU 250"? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 02-Feb-2014
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User:Hello Doctor. Good afternoon.
User:This is XXXX Technologies India Pvt Ltd; and my mobile number is 0000. I'm raising this question on behalf of my wife. She is 23 years 7 months 3 weeks old (born on 27/05/1990). She was using "Multiload-CU 250" after our first kid (born on 07/Nov/2009) and we removed ~3 months back. She is taking Familon tablets (one full strip) from second day of her periods but after starting taking Familon, her periods is irregular. We consulted our family gynaecologist again and she is advicing us to stop using Familon and use "Multiload-CU 250" again (second time). Is there any side effects of using "Multiload-CU 250" second time? Can we use it?
Doctor:you can use copper T again now
Doctor:it seems like you have posted a query on the same
User:so no side effects?
Doctor:Shall we delete the query?
Doctor:no side effects as such
User:you can delete the query...
Doctor:if your wife is comfortable with it, she can use it again
Doctor:all right
User:thank you doctor
Doctor:my pleasure
Doctor:any more queries
Doctor:it seems like you are done with the chat for now
Doctor:take care
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