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Stomach infection, vomiting, taken Zofer. Safe medication during pregnancy?

I am pregnant. Suffering from stomach infection. Have gone to the loo almost 5 times since morning. With two vomitings. Have taken Tab zofer 4mg for vomiting. Now going to take sporlac. Just want to confirm if both these tablets are safe to take during pregnancy. What more can I do to prevent dehydration ? Will this state harm my baby ? I am very worried loosemotions still on.
Asked On : Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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consuming any pills during pregnancy is not advisable. If u get loose motion make your diet habit with juice and with porridge. loose motion is also heps us the body fit by eliminating the indigested particles which is not good for health. so take rest. allow to evacuate bowel dont get tensed . if you weak take some watery fruits if necessary. doing antenatal yogas will you to keep your body and mind fit.
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