Is Zofran A Narcotic (Thread 282416)

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concernedsister Says:


I have a sister who was given Zofran through an iv during labor. and they said that their baby now has narcotics in her system. Is Zofran considered a narcotic?



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karen Says:

concerned no Zofran is not a narcotic , its for nausea. they may have given her something for pain in her iv, but they wont give her anything that would harm the baby,

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concernedsister Says:

I was just wondering it would not happen to have any in epidural would it? I know that epidurals are the most commonly used when in labor to decrease or stop the pain. that wouldn't be it would it?

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karen Says:

concerned once they start the epidural there should be no need for pain meds, unless they gave it to her before the epidural was started, which its still ok .they wont give anything to hurt the baby. lots of stuff going on shes having a baby! ask your nurse she will be happy to answer all your questions .breathe relax and good luck.

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concernedsister Says:

Thank you. they did some more tests a couple days after my niece was born and it came back as false readings. I had been kinda scared. I know I have two children of my own but I had never had anything like this happen to me. Its just a reflex I guess you could say. So thank you.

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karen Says:

Concerned Congrats to you and you sister. Glad all went well.

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BooHoo Says:

These are strange questions YOURE asking! Zofran is for nausea and is nowhere near a narcotic which the hospital would know
An epidural is an injection in your spine....why would zofran have epidural in it? Why not ask the nurses at the hospital rather than post here? Something's fishy with these questions

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