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Pregnant, taking calcimax forte, fersi, akumentis all, have vomiting after medicine. Continue?

Hi I am 17 week pregnant I am taking the following Vitamins tablets since last 6 days
1. Calicimax Forte (1 Tablet morning)
2. Fersi (Ferrous Ascorbate & Folic Acid)- 1 Tablet in the afternoon
3. Akumentis All 9 D (1 Tablet in the night)
After taking the tablets I am vomiting frequently at least once in a day, Please suggest whether I should continue those medicine or I should ask my doctor for changing the medicine.
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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Thanks for your query.
It is your second trimester chances of morning sickness is there.
Consult a gynaecologist for changing the medicine.
You can take calcium in the night,akumentis ALL 9D in the morning and Fersi in the afternoon with some lime or coconut water.
These tab are necessary so don't stop without doctor advise.
Eat proper and healthy diet with glass of milk and leafy vegetables and friuts.
Enjoy your pregnancy.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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