Sambong Leaf Safe For Pregnant

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sambong leaf safe for pregnant

Hi, I just want to know if sambong capsule is safe during pregnancy? Im 2 months delay but its normal for me because since I was 11 year old I already encounter this situation. but one day I feel pain in my lower back then i go to the doctor then they give me a referral to take a examination which is a laboratory. Then they find that I have a crystal in my left kidney thats why the doctor gave me medicine to take and it is sambong. Before I take the med. I bought PT to really sure that im pregnant and its negative. When I take the 28 capsule over 6 months. I feel pain in my abdomen. Then I bought again PT and Its positive. What should I do? what can you advice for me? ## Is it safe to drinks Sambong tea for 5 weeks pregnant? ...

sambong releaf forte safe for pregnant woman

I am pregnant and I have UTI my doctor says i am resistant already to many antibiotics and she prescribed me a vial one and aside that its expensive I'm afraid it might affect my baby,i want to medicate myself in herbal ways,Is Sambong re-leaf forte safe for pregnant? ## Well, when you are pregnant, it is really safest to follow your doctor's advice and instructions. Sambong is an herbal supplement, that means the side effects and possible effects on a fetus have no been studied and are unknown. What has your doctor suggested you use? ## is herbal medicine like lagundi safe for pregnant women? ## my doctor suggested to take an ascobic acid... ## Rowena, as I said, herbal products are not medicines, so the side effects profiles and safety during pregnancy have not been studied. T... ...

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