Tablet For Loose Motion During Pregnancy

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kukku Says:
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Can a pregnant woman take ornof tablets for loose motion?



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mugdum Says:
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My wife is 8 month pregnant. She is having loose motion for last 3 days. Can she take this medicine? If yes kindly let me know. She is 28 years old and is also having stomach pains.

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Roy Says:

To address the first question, Ornof is reported to contain Ofloxacin 200mg and Ornidazole 500mg [1], which is an antibiotic and antiamoebic used for treating an infection.

And mugdum, it sounds like your wife is in her third trimester of pregnancy. According to the American Pregnancy Association:

" Diarrhea during the third trimester ... is more likely to happen as you approach your due date. It could be a sign that labor is near, and it can occur right before labor or a couple of weeks before labor. If it is a couple of weeks before your due date, a premature birth should not be expected...

Most cases of diarrhea will clear up on its own within a couple of days. The main concern of diarrhea is staying hydrated. Make sure you drink plenty of water, juice, and broth to rehydrate yourself and replace the electrolytes your body has lost. The water will help replenish your lost fluids, the juice will help replenish your potassium levels and the broth will help replenish your sodium.

If your diarrhea doesn’t clear up on its own you may need to consult your health-care provider. If diarrhea during your pregnancy is caused by bacteria or parasites, you may need antibiotics. If a virus is causing your diarrhea, antibiotics will not help. To determine the cause, you will need to speak with your health care provider. " [2]

[1] According to tabletwise and medindia
[2] Diarrhea during pregnancy - American Pregnancy Association


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simran Says:
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I am four months pregnant and I have to face the problem of diarrhea repeatedly. After a few days it starts and lasts for 2-3 days. I'm taking flagyl tablets and smecta sachets. Could u suggest some other remedy please?

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