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Trying to conceive. Used the FAS-3 kit. Feeling dizzy, nauseated and headache. Normal?

helllo we are palnning for second kid from the last 1 and half year .. last month my we consulted a DR. she asked us to take FAS-3 kit for the first day of her periods.And we taken and felth some dizziness for 2 hours. and now my wife is taking ORNI-o tablets daily two and feeling vomitings and headache adn dizzings ,why this symptoms are coming is this normal ? please help me with a answer
Asked On : Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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The gynecologist has prescribed her antibiotics for vaginal infection. This is just to clear any infection from her genital tract and is not likely to help in ovulation. The symptoms she is having are likely to be due to common side effects of these antibiotics.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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