Betamox During Pregnancy

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Motso Says:


My cousin took betamox last night around 3AM in the morning. She started bleeding and she is only 8 weeks pregnant, could something be wrong with her baby?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Motso!

If she's bleeding, she needs to see a doctor immediately, both her life and the life of the baby could be in danger.

Betamox contains the active ingredient Amoxicillin, it's just an antibiotic that's used to treat infections. While she shouldn't take it, unless her doctor tells her that it's okay, it won't usually cause such bleeding.

Learn more Betamox details here.

Its normal side effects may include nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea.

Does she have a doctor she can see?

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Nky Says:
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I am 7 weeks pregnant and I experienced a small amount of blood. My doctor gave me betamox. Will it help stop the bleeding?

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bianca Says:
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Good day. I am 14 weeks pregnant and my discharge is smelly. The doctor previously prescribed betamox for me to use and it worked, but that was in my first trimester. Is it safe to use in my second trimester as well?

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AndyRy Says:
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I'm 23 weeks pregnant and my doctor prescribed me 250mg betamox for a throat infection. Is it safe to use?

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Jane Says:
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Hi. I am 16 weeks pregnant and my doctor gave me betamox and actamol for an infection. Are these good for the baby because i though i shouldnt take any pain medication.

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Queen b Says:
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Hai am 4 weeks pregnant and am having back pains and my stomach id sore but its like period pains, is it normal or I must take some antibiotic

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