My wife took one Unwanted 72 pill after intercourse. But, it failed and resulted in a pregnancy. However, we decided to go ahead with the pregnancy. Now, please help us with the following questions: Does Unwanted 72 pill cause any problems or defects to the fetus? Unknowingly, She has consumed few pieces of semi-ripened papaya. Does this cause any growth problems to the fetus? She lifted a 20-liter water can for household purpose. Does this cause any impact? She had a chest discomfort. After an ECG, the doctor gave her Ranidom DSR tables and she consumed five of them during the first trimester. Does this impact the growth of the baby in any way? We found her to be pregnant at seven weeks and did not start Folic acid until then. Does this impact the fetus growth? A few days after taking Unwanted 72, bleeding occurred and it stopped. We suspected missed periods. Please provide your views on that. What else can be done to catch up with the missed diet and not taking Folic acid or proper precautions? I request you to give us proper guidance.
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