Danger Medication For Pregnancy

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pan 40 in pregnancy

Can I take pan 40 or pan d during pregnancy? Please advice me. ## There are no studies showing the Pantoprazole is known to be dangerous, during pregnancy, but the NIH does advise that it only be taken by a pregnant woman if no other options work, or if other options are not available. The same applies to the Domperidone in Pan D, it should only be taken if your doctor feels that the benefits to you will outweigh any possible risk. Its typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, stomach pain, flatulence, and diarrhea. Are you on any other medications? ...

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Pregnancy Evion Lc

i'm now pregnant and this is my 8th month.i'm suffering from nerve stiffness sometimes.can i take EVION? ## You should consult with your doctor to be certain, but Evion is just a vitamin E supplement, so it shouldn't be dangerous. Vitamin supplements are often prescribed during pregnancy, to ensure that the mother receives enough vital nutrients to support her and the baby. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Updated in Vitamin E
Folic Acid Medications

Iam trying to concieve twins. I have read that you should take folic acid. If I take double have i got better chance. Iam currently taking recommended dosage of 500mcg. Thanks for your time. ## sir i have one question about floic acid .the question is any men can use this prodect pls give reply back in my yahoo id ## pls i want know about this prodect if men take any problem comes ## To the first poster, Katy, no, unless your doctor has told you to take a higher amount, you should use only the recommended dosage of it, during pregnancy. It is an essential nutrient and a lack of it can cause birth defects, but too much of it can also be dangerous. Carmo, no, this is nothing more than a nutritional supplement, Folic Acid is vital to the overall health of our bodies. It is not specific to ... ...

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pain meds and pregnancy

I have a friend that I'm worried about. She has been taking methadone, oxycodone and methamphetamine. She is 2 weeks away from having her baby... She has said her whole pregnancy that she was gonna quit. I found out that wasn't true. Is her baby gonna be addicted when she has her baby or will 2 weeks be enough time to get the medicine out of her baby's system? I'm so upset with this issue but I just have to know will the baby be ok? ## Hello, Jess! How is your friend doing? She really needs to inform her doctor, before she goes into labor. There is a risk that the baby will be born addicted and a sudden withdrawal now could put both her and the baby's lives in danger, as reported by the NIH. Additionally, if there would be complications that require treatment, her do... ...

Updated in Methadone
Neurobion and pregnancy

Can I use neurobion in the 1st trimester of pregnancy? Is it dangerous in any way? ## Neurobion is a vitamin B complex supplement. Vitamin supplements are often given during pregnancy, since your body will need more of some vital nutrients to help ensure the health of your baby. However, there also can be dangers in getting too much of some of them, so you should not use it, without first consulting with your doctor. Have they suggested anything? ## Is it safe to take Neurobion during pregnancy? I am 7 months pregnant and I always feel pain in my hands, especially my finger joints. ## I am 8weeks pregnant and my firstborn is 2years and 6months now, in my first pregnancy I had pre eclampsia, are there some medicines I should take to prevent it from happening again since the past history ... ...

Updated in Vitamins & Supplements
betamox during pregnancy

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? ## 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? ## I am 7 weeks pregnant and I experienced a small amount of blood. My doctor gave me betamox. Will it... ...

Updated in Amoxicillin
discharge during pregnancy

hi im 27weeks pregnant and i have this light green discharge coming out, and sometimes my vagina is itching inside plz help me its so uncomfortable and it has a slight odour which irritates me. ## Hello, Bugy! How are you? Congratulations on the baby! Those are symptoms of a bacterial infection, you need to see your doctor, because you'll probably need an antibiotic. Please don't just leave it go as that could be dangerous for both you and the baby. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Pls I am having yellowish discharge and I am trying to conceive. And I am having a tingling sensation when peeing ...

Saboxone Use During Pregnancy

I would like to know about the dangers of using this drug during the first 6-7 months of pregnancy ## "Information about the use of buprenorphine (Suboxone) in pregnant, opioid-addicted women is limited; the few available case reports have not demonstrated any significant problems due to buprenorphine use during pregnancy. Suboxone and Subutex are classified by the FDA as Pregnancy Category C medications." Referenced from: Also in the link above, if you scroll down to the "safety" section, you will find a link that says: "Clinical Guidelines for the Use of Buprenorphine in the Treatment of Opioid Addiction (pdf, 1.1 MB)". If you follow that link and go to page number 68 on that pdf file, you will find some very useful information regarding the use and effects of ... ...

Updated in Buprenorphine
Betamax 500mg during pregnancy

I'm 12 weeks pregnant and I have the flu, so the doctor gave me Betamax 500mg to drink 3 times a day. Is it safe while pregnant? ## Yes, the U.S. FDA does not list it as being dangerous, when taken during pregnancy, but it will not do anything to help with flu symptoms. The flu is caused by a virus and an antibiotic is only effective at treating bacterial infections. Its typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. Are you on any other medications? Congratulations on the pregnancy!!! ## Here in Seacoast where the winters are damp and cold, I used betamax during my pregnancy. Didn't have any issues... quite the contrary, it helped me recover from our long cold and flu season quickly. In Seacoast, it's... ...

Updated in Women's Health / Fertility
is beserol safe during pregnancy

I had a fall and, hurt my sciatica and my cocyx is beserol safe i am,4months ## Hi, Vicky! I really wouldn't recommend that you take Beserol. In most countries, it has been removed from the market, because it was found to be very dangerous. When you're pregnant, you should always talk to your doctor, before taking anything to be safe and assure the best possible outcome for you and your baby. Have you consulted them to ask what you can safely take? ...

Glycomet tablet during pregnancy

I am 6 weeks pregnant, diabetic and have a thyroid problem. I've been taking thyronorm 50mg for a thyroid problem. For diabetes, can I take glycomet? Will it cause any side effects to me and my baby? ## Hi, Vinita! Congratulations on the baby! Since you're pregnant, it would be best to check with your doctor, before taking anything. Glycomet contains the active ingredient Metformin, which has shown no evidence of being risky or dangerous if taken while a woman is pregnant, but only your doctor can let you know if it is safe for you and your baby. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, flatulence and abdominal pain. Learn more Glycomet details here. Are there any other questions or concerns? ## I'm in my 11th week of pregnancy and my doctor has advised me to take glycome... ...

Updated in Metformin
Use of hyospasmol during pregnancy

side effects during first trimester of pregnancy ## Hi Dee, From what I could gather, it is recommended that you keep away from using Hyospasmol syrup during pregnancy. Reason being is that possible dangers to the fetus have been accounted (at least in animal studies so far as I know). Because of this I would encourage you to discuss this with your physician prior to use, or if you are preparing to get pregnant. Often times in situations where the mother is pregnant and has to take a medication, it may come down to weighing out the risks versus benefits. I hope this info helps! ## I am 14 weeks and 6 days pregnant. Today got sharp pain in my stomach just below my navel. Pain comes and goes. Had consultation with my doctor via telephone as she's in another town. Had u/a at pharmacy. ... ...

effect of moxifloxacin on pregnancy

i want to know about moxifloxacin and its side effects during pregnancy ## Moxifloxacin, also called Avelox, is in a class of drugs known as the Quinolone antibiotics. Avelox Side Effects include such serious problems as damage to tendons, joints and muscles. These side effects can be so serious that they do not allow the use of them for children that are not fully grown yet due to the possibility of damage to the unformed bone and cartilage in children. These antibiotics also leach magnesium from the body, a serious problem for pregnant women that can lead to a condition known as toxemia of pregnancy that is quite dangerous. Because of these problems and the fact that there are less dangerous antibiotics for most infections, I would refrain from using Moxifloxacin in pregnancy and ask ... ...

Updated in Moxifloxacin
dronis 20 - any side effect in pregnancy?

My period is 18 days late and I'm not pregnant. My dr prescribed me dronis 20. But i feel pregnant ...What are the side effects of dronis 20 in a pregnancy of 7 weeks? My ovlution date is dec 3rd and my last period nov 4th. I have an hcg/hmg inj. also this month. ## Hello, Harpreet! How are you? If you are not pregnant, there is nothing to worry about. Your hormones being off balance can cause you to feel pregnant, even though you aren't. Thus, it would be best take the medication as directed by your doctor. The U.S. FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, bloating, tender breasts, and PMS-like symptoms. And, if you are pregnant, hormones such as this are generally not considered dangerous. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Updated in Nausea & Vomiting
nifedipine and ascard during pregnancy

I am pregnant (33 weeks) and I don't know if it's ok to use both nifelat 20mg and ascard 75mg to control my blood pressure? ## You should take whatever medications your doctor has instructed you to take, it would be far more dangerous for both and your baby, if your blood pressure was out of control. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Congratulations on the baby!!! Are these the only medications you are taking? ...

Updated in Nifedipine
Seroquel, pregnancy and weaning off of it

I've been taking Seroquel for 4 years (150mg before bed) and my husband and I want to try to get pregnant in about 6 months. I am willing to try to get off of it completely before I get preganant but i'm terrified of what will happen to me (mentally)and if the risidual seroquel in my body will effect baby. ## Have you talked to an ObGyn about it? They would really be the most knowledgeable about advising you in this matter. It can be very difficult to know how long the effects may last in the body and whether or not there will be danger to a developing baby, but they should have more information on it. They can also advise you on what's safest for you to use while trying to get pregnant and while you are pregnant. ...

Updated in Seroquel
during pregnancy sulfameth trimethoprim

I am 35 weeks pregant and my doctor give me some sulfameth trimethoprim for a boil could this hurt my baby can my baby have a defect. ## Hello, Marie101! How are you doing? This antibiotic, which is a generic for Bactrim isn't recommended during pregnancy, because animal studies have shown severe risks to the fetus. Learn more Bactrim details here. There's also a pretty high percentage of people that end up allergic to it and if you had a reaction, that could also put your baby in danger. Have you contacted you doctor about this? There are other much safer options that you can take. ## Hello Can you tell me about ( ENHANCIN 1 g )tab does it ok with the pregnant women or not ? Thank you ...

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Is R-cinex safe to take in Pregnancy of 7 weeks?

I am under treatment for tubercular meningitis since last 4 months. Presently taking R cinex. Now pregnant for 6-7 weeks.Are there any side effects of the medicine while in pregnancy? ## Shikha ## I m four months pregnant and I am taking Rcinex from last three months pl suggest me to carry on or not or what you suggest for? ## Hello i am also pregnant and taking rcinex. Did you both deliver healthy babies? Pls reply i am worried...Hi anshu and shikha, ## It is best to follow your doctor's instructions, there is far more danger to you and your babies, than there is to taking a proper medication to treat the condition. R Cinex contains Isoniazid and Rifampicin. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhe... ...

Updated in Nausea & Vomiting
(P-SESQ) Pantoprazole 40MG Overdosage During Pregnancy

I have taken P-Sesq 3 times a day during my pregnancy and I am more than 16 weeks pregnant. I was recommended by the dr to take it once daily for 7 days. I am taking it with Onset, as Onset was recommended for 3 times a day as well. So by mistake I took P-Sesq three times a day. So is it risky or dangerous or does it have any side effect? ...

Updated in Pantoprazole
Fortiron tablets

Is Fortiron tablets do not have any side effects during pregnancy? Can anyone please explain ## No..fortiron doesnt have any side effects.In fact it is a very effective tablet to treat anemia.I personally took the tab from my 2 month of preg till delivery. ## It isn't dangerous to use, while you are pregnant, if your doctor has instructed you to do so, but yes, it can cause some side effects to you. It's an iron supplement and, while this is essential to the health of you and your baby, after taking it, you may experience some nausea, constipation and dark stool. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ...

Updated in Anemia

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