Is It Safe For Pregnant Women To Take Betamox

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Shy Says:
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I missed my period by 60 days now, then I had the flu and the doctor gave me betamox yesterday, but I woke up bleeding.

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Verwon Says:
Are you sure that you are pregnant? There are many other reasons a woman may miss periods, the NIH lists various causes, including stress, being ill, being underweight, being extremely active, being on various medications, and others.

Betamox is an antibiotic that is used to treat bacterial infections. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, diarrhea, and non-allergic skin rash.

Has there been any change in the bleeding?

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Shy Says:
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I'm sure I was pregnant because I did do the test, but unfortunately the bleeding continued and I had a miscarriage. I'm not sure though if it was caused by the Tablets

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Shy Says:
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I miscarriaged because the bleeding didn't stop, when I went to my gynecologist it was already late

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