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Undergoing IVF, have loose motions from the day of egg retrieval causing weakness. Medicines?

I have undergone treatment of IVF . on 5th of jan 2013 embryo has been transferred. from the day of egg of retrieval( 2nd jan) i had problem of loose motions. i had taken tab lopramide and norflox tz for to days, frm 31st dec to 1st jan. now after 5th jan again am facing same loose motins(watery) problem which makes me very weak and tired. can some medicene is suggested after embryo transfered.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
According to FDA, norfloxacin belongs to category C drugs in pregnancy.
So, better to use penicillin group of drugs with your doctor's advice.
You can go for lactobacillus containing medicines, that will help in solidifying the stools.
And also biscuits or foods containing arrowroot powder etc can be used with your doctor's advice. They can act as bowel binders.
Take plenty of water, juices etc.
Usually with this workup diarrhea may subside.
If the diarrhea persists, consult physician once and get examined to find out the cause.
In case of severe diarrhea, you may need intravenous fluids infusion.
Take care.
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