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Fever in first trimester
Hi doctor, I am having mild fever and I am 9th week pregnant. Is it harmful to baby? Any medicine which is really safe for baby. Please suggest
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Fever of few kind is not good in first trimester of pregnancy. Were you evaluated for cause of fever?
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Mam paracetamol is the safest drug in pregnancy. Take that and as you can see current situation you should get a covid test done to be sure that it's nothing serious.
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Do Covid RTPCR
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Take proper rest, drink warm fluids.
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Take Tablet : Paracetamol 500 for fever. RTPCR for COVID Rule Out. Check your Temp and Spo2 Check Nothing to Worry
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Take p 500
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If persists even with drug take rtpcr to rule out covid
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