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Folinine Tablet During Pregnancy Side Effects
I have come off the contraceptive pill 2 weeks ago since then I feel nauseas sense smell is hightened negative pregnancy test cold this be sideffects?
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I took 3 tablets of postinor 2 in 3 weeks (I had sex once every week). 1)What side effects would this have one me. 2)Would this prevent pregnancy?
Emergency contracept: Emergency contraception should be used within 72 hours of unprotected sex to decrease the risk of pregnancy by about 70%. It is not 100% effective. IT should not be used as your primary birth control. Since you are having to use it often it would be a better option to start birth control. This would give you more protection. ...Read more
Yes: One large prospective trial showed that a sulfonylurea pill for gestational diabetes didn't cross the placenta and controlled sugars (used after 11 weeks gestation). The am coll of ob/gyn doesn't fully endorse it, so most physicians use insulin. Data on metformin is retrospective, so I agree with the other respondent that a discussion of these issues with your physician is very important. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Can we take hyponidd tablets during pregnancy. AM almost 4 months taking hyponidd and 3 weeks pregnant now?
Not advised: This is an herbomineral formulation that appears to help control diabetes. It is certainly not a formulation that should be taken during pregnancy since it may have many unknown side effects and could represent a threat to the pregnancy. I would strongly advise against the use of this compound during your pregnancy. Please see your OB/GYN and have yourself evaluated so that you can stay healthy. ...Read more
I take metronidozole and oflaxacino (1 tablet 400mg/ 24 hrs) during the third and fourth week of pregnancy. Can this cause any damage to my baby?
Family practice: Check with your dr. You probably shouldn't take these medication while pregnant. But unsure what they are treating. ...Read more
Labetalol is given a classification of c in pregnancy meaning that there no studies in humans or animals to evaluate fetal risk vs. Maternal benefit.
It however is used to tret difficult to control hypertension.Common side efects include dizziness, nausea/vomiting, fatigue, shortness of breath, headache.More serious reactions include slow heart rates, heart failure, liver toxicity ...Read more
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I am concerned I was exposed to lead during my pregnancy. Will my baby be affected? What are the possible side effects?
Depends on exposure: Lead has the capacity to harm us when it accumulates body. It can slow brain development & at toxic levels can cause seizures. Simple blood tests can tell the level of your exposure and if your infant was exposed as well. Treatment is available if needed. Since lead was removed from most products decades ago, we seldom see problem levels in kids. Its likely your exposure will not be a problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why is it better to sleep on the left side instead of the right during pregnancy? And what are the effects of sleeping on the right side?
Either side okay: When you lay on your back during the second half of pregnancy, the uterus itself will impede blood flow back to your heart causing a drop in your blood pressure. You might notice that in this position you will feel dizzy and light-headed. A tilt to the right or the left is adequate to avoid this effect. ...Read more
Check with your MD: Cotren (cotrimazole) used in vaginal fungal infections, although safe not fully tested in pregnant woman for safety, especially first trimester, no ill effects in animal studies, must check with your OB doctor before using ...Read more
Not enough info: Review of the literature is mixed at best as to consumption of wheat grass during pregnancy. Since it is unclear whether it is safe I would suggest erring to the cautious side and thus I would consider not using any wheat grass products during pregnancy or during the time of breast feeding. However, consult your ob/gyn for their opinion. ...Read more
Eating cayenne in food is considered safe during pregnancy, but pregnant women should not take cayenne as a supplement. Cayenne does pass into breast milk, so nursing mothers should avoid cayenne both as a spice and a supplement.
Source: Cayenne | University of Maryland Medical Center http://umm. Edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/cayenne#ixzz3RCPVk6dS
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Category C: The risk to the growing baby is not quite known at category C, so best to use the creams if definitively needed, but even most the Rx creams carry a category C, and should not be used, especially in the first trimester. Best to consult with your GYN to get an exam and assure the diagnosis and then get the proper treatment safe for you in pregnancy. best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer