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Can AKT drugs be taken during pregnancy?

Q: I underwent tests for fertility, and was tested for IgM (0.79 U/ml = negative), IgA (325 U/ml = marginally positive), IgG (261 U/ml = positive). Consequently my gynaecologist gave me AKT4 for two months and AKT3 was advised for next 12 months. The course for AKT4 has been completed and AKT3 has been taken for one month. My doctor says that I can now try for a child. I was also advised that I could take AKT3 even during the time of pregnancy without any problem. What does AKT actually do? Is it safe to take AKT3 during pregnancy? Is there any additional medicine that I can take to hasten pregnancy? I am having normal periods and there are no other problems as such.

A:AKT drugs are antitubercular drugs. It is safe if it does not contain rifampicin. For pregnancy, you need to follow with an infertility specialist.

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