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Trying to conceive, symptoms which suddenly subsided resulting in periods. Had taken medicines for rib inflammation. Cause?

Hi, For last two montsh trying to concieve. After few days of conception i felt like somthing changing in my bodylike i feel too nausiac, have tender n painful breast , tired, bad Lower back ache, feeling too hungary, feeling sleepy etc. In short, feeling like occuring pregnancy. But all of sudden i felt like nothing is there n then got my periods back. The thing disturbing me is that whether any medicine can affect my pregnancy. As last month i got bad cough n doctor told me that i got some chest infection. This month i got ribs inflammation due to that cough n took Ace-Proxyvon. If this medicine can have any side effect with pregnancy.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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Hello ma'am and welcome.

Yes, majority of medication (about 80-85%) can affect anf cause repurcussions to a normal pregnancy. So always rule out pregnancy before consuming any medication, especially during the period of 'trying to conceive'.

Hope this helps.

Take care.
Answered: Tue, 26 Nov 2013
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