Ondem Md 4 During Pregnency

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Amit Malhotra Says:

My wife is 34 Week Pregnant and has vomiting sickness.. is it safe to take Ondem MD 4.... will it harm the child inside...

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Nils Says:

ondem md is safe during pregnancy?

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Verwon Says:

This contains the active ingredient Ondansetron, which is used to help prevent nausea and vomiting and, while animal studied have not demonstrated fetal risk, there have been no actual studied done in humans.

Learn more Ondansetron details here.

Has she discussed the concerns about using it with her doctor?

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Sharmila mandal Says:
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I'm 9 weeks pregnant. My doctor prescribed me Ondem 4 for vomiting. I have taken it twice so far. Will it be a problem for my baby?? And regularly I vomit a minimum of two to three times.

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