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    Ok to conceive now? I'm ovulating.
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    An_253626 posted:
    I am trying to conceive. Last week I got an inner ear infection and was extremely dizzy. I asked the Dr. to send me medications that were safe in case that I got pregnant. He sent Meclizine 25 mg and Fluticasone Propionate Nasal Spray. I didn\'t really find that it helped. Actually I last took both on Sunday afternoon (2 days ago) because I found that I was more dizzy. I am now off of the medication and hoping it heals on its own. I wanted to know how long it took to clear my body/ system of these medications? After reading about the meds it seems that maybe it\'s not as safe as a thought for a fetus and rather be sure they are gone from my system before continuing to try to conceive. Thank you in advance.
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