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Taking fas-3 kit for fungal infection. Got positive pregnancy test. Safe to continue pregnancy?

Mar 2013
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Dear Sir, my wife had got a fungal infection in her private part and we consulted a Gynecologist who suggested to take FAS-3 Kit. This happened on 5th March.However my wife had her last period on 3rd Feb. Since next period did not begin, she has done the pregnancy kit test today (on 9th March) and found pregnancy test is positive. This indicates she has taken FAS-3 kit during pregnancy unknowingly. Now we are worried whether or not we should go ahead with the pregnancy. This is her first pregnancy and she is going to be 30 Yrs. in October. Kindly suggest.
Posted Fri, 29 Mar 2013 in Women's Health
Answered by Dr. Aarti Abraham 1 hour later
Thanks for your query.
Congratulations on your pregnancy !
Just a single dose of FAS 3 kit will not harm her.
It contains just one tablet of each drug, which is too minute a dose for any side effects.
Please do not have doubts, and enjoy your pregnancy.
Have regular antenatal care, and take regular folic Acid supplements.
Take care.
Feel free to ask further.
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