11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello I'm 10weeks pregnant feeling like suffering from fever slightly body Heat up legs and hands can I have corcin advance please suggest

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Answer: No.. First u consult ur gynecologist.. During pregnancy without consulting dnt have any tablets bcz its not safe for u.r baby. Better to visit gynecologist.
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