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Evion Lc During Pregnancy
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Prenatal vitamins seem to have 30-100 iu of vitamin E but I thought vitamin E wasn't safe in excess mounts during pregnancy. How much is too much?
Is it ok to use rose hip oil and vitamin E oil during pregnancy? I heard rose hip oil is high vitamin a. Is this beta carotene based?
Yes: No more than 10, 000 iu of preformed vitamin a should be taken during pregnancy but preformed vitamin a is only found in animal foods (meat, eggs, dairy). There are no vegetarian sources of actual vitamin a- any "vitamin a" said to be in those foods are from carotenes and those are very safe in pregnancy. See http://www. Care2.Com/greenliving/is-vitamin-a-safe-for-pregnant-women. Html.
EVOO is good: The amount of vitamin e that one would consume in a normal amount of food with extra virgin olive oil should be safe to consume. Just don't go and drink a whole cup of oil at once.
Evion 400: Seems to be a vitamin E supplement. Supplemental vitamin E is not recommended for use in pregnancy. Small amounts may be included in prenatal vitamins, but higher doses of vitamin E may cause problems including heart issues in the baby. I would not recommend taking vitamin E supplements in pregnancy. Stay well:)
Pregnancy diet: In general you want to eat a low carbohydrate, vitamin rich diet. So, lots of veggies, lean protein. Avoid too much lake fish and some fatty salt water fish may be an issue, avoid excessive sugar and caffeine. Most OB providers will have a healthy pregnancy diet you can have and online there are lots of resources for pregnancy diets. Its mostly common sense. If you eat healthy so does baby!
BBT: Bbt should not be a concern in pregnancy at all. It is a concern in someone desiring to get pregnant. It plays no role whatsoever now.
Follow this link: You will find all the answers including second, third trimester and postpartum in this site. Http://www. Babymed. Com/pregnancy/pregnancy-week-1.
Alcohol in pregnancy: As a physician, the recommendation is no alcohol during pregnancy. Would a glass here or there probably be okay once you are out of the first trimester? Probably as most risks are with heavy consumption. So, would not recommend it but one glass is probably not the end of the world.See 1 more doctor answer
Do you mean ADVIL (ibuprofen)?: Generally, it isn't recommended during pregnancy. Avil (pheniramine) is an antihistamine which has anticholinergic effects that is used for allergic conditions. Avil is pregnancy category c. Drugs. Com defines fda category c as “animal reproduction studies have shown an adverse effect on the fetus ; there are no adequate ; well-controlled studies in humans, but potential benefits may warrant use >.
Most likely: I looked up this product and its likely safe for use. However, no can promise you safety until we see reports on users hand what there pregnancy outcomes where. These students usually come from observation as most people are unwilling to subject themselves to studies where the outcome may be a bad effect on your baby.See 1 more doctor answer
Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen): Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) is an opioid, taking throughout pregnancy will result in addiction in the fetus. And they may have withdrawal at birth. So doctors will try to wean Also small teratogenic risk http://www. Webmd. Com/drugs/2/drug-63/norco-oral/details/list-precautions
Avil (Pheniramine): Is an antihistamine which has anticholinergic effects that is used for allergic conditions. Avil is pregnancy category c. Drugs. Com defines fda category c as “animal reproduction studies have shown an adverse effect on the fetus ; there are no adequate ; well-controlled studies in humans, but potential benefits may warrant use of the drug in pregnant women despite potential risks.”.
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