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Side Effect Of Navidoxine In Pregnancy
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
Depends: I am assuming drugs mean medications. Medications are put into different categories depending on their affects on baby, some of which are totally safe others are contraindicated during pregnancy. So it depends on which drug we are talking about. Check with your doctor or pharmacist for further information. ...Read more
My girlfriend is pregnant and addicted to ativan (lorazepam). I've read a lot about sideeffects while taking this during pregnancy. How can she get off this?
Ativan; pregnant: 1st trimester usually most serious for fetal damage from drugs. See OB for monitoring fetus. Have prescribing doc change to Buspar (buspirone) (category b compared with ativan's category d) or undertake rapid withdrawal from ativan. Use meditation, exercise, yoga, tai chi, biofeedback for anxiety. ...Read more
What is the sideeffects for medicine Cyprodine on pregnancy in 34 weeks? Is it safe on baby? Is it helpfull to reduce allergy?
Yes: Sometimes it's ok to have pain during pregnancy, but sometimes it's not ok to have the pain. For example, some pregnant women have a cyst called a corpus luteum cyst, and that can cause some pain. Others can have a tubal (ectopic) pregnancy, which can be life-threatening. It's imperative to be tested to see if you are pregnant, and, if pregnant, what the pain is from asap! ...Read more
Unknown: Neonates exposed to antipsychotic drugs during the third trimester of pregnancy are at risk for extrapyramidal and/or withdrawal symptoms following delivery. These complications have varied in severity; from being self-limited to requiring intensive care and prolonged hospitalization. Abilify (aripiprazole) (aprizol) should be used during pregnancy only if the potential benefit justifi. ...Read more
Susten(progesterone) is safe in pregnancy. The corpus leutum which make progesterone in some pregnant female may need supplementation at early stage of pregnancy until the placenta is established. Your doctor may recommend progesterone to be used vaginally or orally in support of your pregnancy.
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Yes: Its great that you have a built-in back-up system! If the fallopian tube on one side isn't working right, your body can use the other side and you can still get pregnant. If you do get pregnant, see your gyn right away because you will want to make sure it isn't another ectopic pregnancy. ...Read more
It will not harm: Your baby, but you may feel uncomfortable. ...Read more
Uterus growing: Pain in the abdominal region during pregnancy is a common complaint, as the uterus grows it can cause some discomfort. If the pain is accompanied by other symptoms, such as fever, spotting or bleeding, vomiting or any discomfort during urination, calling your obstetrician is the best call of action. Drink plenty of fluids, change position and cure constipation. ...Read more
Depends: All depends on the associated symptoms. It will be better to adress this with your ob/gyn. ...Read more
See below: If you mean a polygraph test. There is nothing to worry about. ...Read more
Most have none: Most women have no side effects, with the benefit of no pregnancy; risks of side effects are less than in pregnancy. In the 1st few mos irregular bleeding can occur that gets better over time. Others include breast tenderness, nausea, mood changes, headaches. 1 serious potential risk, altho rare, is a blood clot in your leg or traveling to your lungs, again, less likely than in pregnancy. ...Read more
Is there any side effects(as like pregnancy or something etc) by eating semen of opposite gender?
Light pinching pain in abdomen, side, and back during early pregnancy is this normal or should I be concerned?
Likely normal: It is still best to ask your OB and for explanation and a good exam. As the uterus rises, like any tissue, it causes discomfort and pressures on surrounding tissues even the bladder. It is affixed by the broad ligament which has nerves there and as there is stretch, there is discomfort. I hope my explanation helps, but ask your doctor please. ...Read more
Been on junel 1/20 for over a year, I'm getting pregnancy symptoms. Or can I just now be getting side effects?
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 more
At what week of pregnancy Down syndrome occur? Can it occur after 12th week of pregnancy due to side effect of some medicine?
Down syndrome: Is a chromosomal abnormality that occurs at conception. ...Read more
I had my right tube removed afther an etopic I am now having pain on my left side what could this be? Etopic pregnancy and 1 week
Yes possible: Will have higher incidence for who has previous ectopic, see your gyn doctor right away, even better go to er. ...Read more
Would marrying a female cousin from my mothers side cause any complications for pregnancy? For some people this is normal tradition.
Genetic Disorders...: There are two copies of every gene. In some genetic disorders, if one gene is abnormal but the other is normal, the affected person will be normal. If both genes are abnormal, the disorder will manifest. Marrying a cousin carries an increased risk of these genetic disorders because the chance that both you and your cousin both carry the abnormal gene is higher so your children may be affected. ...Read more
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