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Taken ciplox tz for stomach problems, not got period yet. Will ciploz tz affect the fetus?

hi doctor...i am a female..i am 32 years old...i had my last periods on august 16th...and i had some stomach problems on august 28th gave ciplox tz ....i took it for 5 days from august 30 to sep next periods would have started on 17th or 18th of this month(september..) but i didn t get my periods yet.....suspecting whether i am pregnant....if pregnancy test is positive ...ciplox tz which i had will affect my fetus ...please suggest me what to do
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Hi.. First do UPT and confirm the pregnancy.., The above tablets is contra indicated during pregnancy.., since the tablets were taken on the ovulatory period.., this will not have much effect..,
for first first 12 weeks no tablets must be taken, this will lead to teratogenic effect on the fetus..

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Answered: Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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