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Signs Of Pneumonia In Pregnant Women
Yes: The pneumoccal vaccines (more than one) are composed of non living material and pose no risk to the developing fetus.They can be given as indicated at any point in pregnancy. Some practitioners avoid use in the first trimester out of a sense of caution, but there are no documented problems when it has been given during that period. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
How does the flu directly or indirectly harm the fetus of a pregnant women? I know pneumonia can obviously cause lack of oxygen to the baby. What else
Flu affects mom: Pregnant women have a suppressed immune system which inhibits their ability to fight off infections like the flu. The fetus is at risk because the mom is at risk when infected. The best thing to do is to get an annual flu vaccine. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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Likely safe, but...: It would likely be safe to receive a pneumonia vaccine, but typically there is no reason to recommend it. Do consider a flu vaccine when in season, and tdap for pertussis protection. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I got pneumonia when I was 13.iam 24 now and 14w pregnant.do I get vaccinated nd when?.i am really scared.help me dr.my chances of getting it again?
NO: The only vaccinations recommended during pregnancy are the flu shot during flu season and the TDAP in the third trimester. At your age, with no medical issues, the pneumonia shot is not recommended. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I am pregnant and my son just got the diagnosis of walking pneumonia. Should I be worried for myself?
Unlikely to be pbm: Your son's pneumonia is likely caused by germs from his own airway that settled into his lungs. Most are not particularly contagious.(but practice regular hand washing) your fetus is relatively insulated against simple illnesses you might catch unless it has a blood phase like a flu where it could pass to the infant via the placenta. Your catching a pneumonia would not automatically hurt baby. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I have pneumonia I am on promrthazine methylpred and amox/k clav will these meds cause false positive pregnant test or should I stop taking the med?
NO but talk with Dr.: You are probably pregnant if the test if positive. Untreated pneumonia can be harmful for your babies and so you definitely should not stop antibiotics, and Augmentin is a pregnancy category b drug (felt to be safe in pregnancy for good indications). You should talk with your doctor about the relative benefits and risk of the steroids and cough suppressants. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I am 32 weeks pregnant and have pneumonia and asthma. What are the possible bad effects to my baby?
Probably little: If you get adequate treatment for your self the baby will likely be fine. Medicines used to treat both the infection and the asthma do not typically bother the baby, and if your symptoms are treated the baby should be ok. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I'm 9 weeks pregnant and have pneumonia and bronchitis which i'm on antibiotics for. Is this normal?
Maybe: While pregnant, you can still get any infection that you come around just like you could if not pregnant. It's unfortunate, but it should be fine with proper treatment. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I am 30w pregnant, just had my flu + pneumonia shots. The p.A. Recommended for me the dtap shot for whooping cough too. Should i get it?
It is safe: It is safe and important in protecting you from contracting pertussis.. You will get the tdap vaccine which is the version of for all older than 7 years old. Dtap is the version for younger children. Pertussis is an illness that can be serious in very young infants. Although pertussis immunization starts at 2 mos of age, babies need at least 3 shots in the series to have protection. ...Read moreGet help now ›
No sympt. No diabetes, liver failure, no pneumonia, no sex, not pregnant. Why was I incidentally found GBS in cervical smear which has to be treated?
Should be ok: My understanding of GBS is group B streptococcus which can be a bacteria that normally lives in the vagina. If you are having symptoms down there, plan to get pregnant soon or have an infection it should be treated. Otherwise it is normal for some women to have the bacteria GBS down there! ...Read moreGet help now ›
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