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7 months pregnant, suffering from fever. Taking calpol, mahapod, monocef. Safe to take during pregnancy?

My Wife is 7th month pregnent, she suffered from fever from lat 3 days. The medicines used for fever under the doctor observation: calpol 500,cepodem 200,mahapod 2--,nurokind, monocef 1g,ampoxin 625, larigo DS. Please let me know is this advisable to take these medicines and also please let me know will it effect the pregnency...WE ARE FEARING ALOT.... PLEASE TRY TO HELP ME
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum. Your wife is 7months pregnant.
Upto 3months of pregnancy one should be cautious of using the drugs. In 2nd
and 3rd trimester though not indescreminately you can use as necesity arises.
Your wifes fever appears to be mixed fever so also tague treatments
are necesitated. Among them also majarity are pregnancy catagiry drugs. so
dont worry about the drugs you can continue till she is completely well.
Besides i advise you some diet recomendations as give her more of
green leafy vegetables pulses sprouts milk fruits and juices. Wishing for
a quick recovery and thanks for calling.
Answered: Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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