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Accidentally i took some medicine which are dangerous for pregnancy.And i am pregnanat

Hi There, I understood I'm pregnant yesterday.This unplanned and unexpected pregnancy . I was ill two weeks ago - flu with high temperature 39 degrees which I kept 3 days, took a lot of tablets on every 3-4 hours and antibiotic. When i understood I'm pregnant read a lot of information - it's very dangerous, high risk to damage between 2-12 weeks of pregnancy to take tablets. Could you give me advice May I make some test to understand if there is any genetic problem, because if there is something i would like to stop this pregnancy.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Feb 2010
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if you have taken medications which are having deleterious effect on foetus, termination of the pregnancy is the best option but it depends on the drug and its severity of effects. no test can determine the foeta malformation in early gestation accurately so termination is best option but consult your gynecologist
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Answered: Fri, 9 Sep 2011
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You report to your obstetrician about the medications you have taken and he/she shall let you know if it has a serious impact on the baby. Also if something is suspected, then you will need to undergo an ultrasound guided invasive procedure to take a test and determine if there is any genetic variations in the baby.

Answered: Fri, 12 Feb 2010
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