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    An_254422 posted:
    am ZARA 10 weeks pregnant...i go to doctor for checkup..she give me the following medicine :
    wheather each medicine is risk free or which one is to stop..

    1)

    Vitalin L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate [br> 800mcg


    2) Graniforce MD (1 mg) - Granisetron


    3)Meclizine Hydrochloride I.P………………25 mgPyridoxime Hydrochloride I.P …………….50 mg




    please suggest me why should i take Graniforce MD

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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Don't you trust your doctor?


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