3 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is FOkCY tablets safe to have during first trimester?

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Answer: Hello dear. I am unable to understand which medicine is this. You may have got the spelling wrong. Anyways if it has been prescribed by your gynae then there is nothing to be worried. You can take it. Hope it helps.
Answer: Dear if the medicine is prescribed by doctor then its completely safe to use it...
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