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Sinus Infection During Pregnancy First Trimester
Is it safe to take amoxicillin during your first trimester of pregnancy to treat a sinus infection?
Yes: Perfectly safe.Get a more detailed answer ›
In anatomy, a sinus is a cavity within a bone or other tissue. Most commonly found in the bones of the face and connecting with the nasal cavities. Sinus (anatomy), description of the general term paranasal sinuses, air cavities in the cranial bones, especially those near the nose, including: the maxillary sinuses, also called the maxillary antra and the largest of the ...Read more
Help! Is a dientamoeba infection during pregnancy harmful? Can it make my fetus sick or cause mental retardation? I had it first trimester.
When in your first trimester of pregnancy, is there anything that can be prescribed by dr for a sever ear infection?
Yes: Please see your doctor for diagnosis and appropriate treatment. Cephalosporins, beta-lactams are some safe classes of antibiotics that can be used in pregnant women. These classes of medications activity against some of the common bacteria that cause ear infections. Good luck and take care. ...Read more
Yes: By the 3rd trimester, fetal development is much less an issue and thus the Augmentin should be safe. If your congestion is from the sinus infection, it will improve in 3-4 days. However if the problem is from allergy, a nasal steroid may work. Vasomotor rhinitis of pregnancy from hormonal changes can also be an issue in which case a trial with nasal antihistamine may work (not cat. B however) ...Read more
I've had a cold and now sinus infection for nearly three weeks and I'm just entering my third trimester of pregnancy. May this cause high pulse & bp?
1st trimester of pregnancy -12 weeks. Dx with yeast infection, finished 7 day treatment can I change soap to dove to help? I was using Dial the gold b
Tsh of 3.22 in 1st trimester of pregnancy. Is it risky. She had a urinary infection and was on taxim o. Bld sample taken on last day of this dose?
Sharp pain in right nose, pressure in eyes, forehead and now teeth, all on right side mainly, just got over a month long sinus infection, could it be another one or just pregnancy rhinitis?
ENT Visit Required: Sure, a sinus infection/reinfection could be the cause; however, recurrence this soon, with "sharp pain" is not normal. Pain radiating to the teeth, is definitely a sign of either the primary etiology being a dental infection from the beginning, or maturation of a sinus infection, which could be either primary or secondary in nature. The Osteomeatal Complex is convoluted and needs evaluation. ...Read more
Entire time: Consider yourself contagious the entire illness. Viral contagion can start couple days before symptoms start. Be sure it's really a infection & not an allergic or non-allergic rhinitis or sinus condition. Hope that helps. ...Read more
If on IRON: The iron in the prenatal vitamin, or if you are even on a supplemental Iron pill can cause the stool to be black. Call your GYN to assure you are on an iron supplement. If so, most likely fine, but at next visit, you could always have your stool checked for heme to be safe. Best wishes. ...Read more
Individual: There's no absolute rule, but probably 98% of women find their nausea improves in the 2nd trimester. ...Read more
Probably if light: If you are not lifting really heavy weights, Excersising with light weights to help muscle tone are probably OK. Don't use such heavy weights that you are inclined to hold your breath. YOu should continually breath in and breath out with your movements. ...Read more
I am experiencing a toothache. Is it safe to have dental work done during my first trimester of pregnancy.?
Dental treatment: All necessary dental treatment can be safe within certain established guidelines. It is best that your dentist consult with your OBGYN doctor to discuss any precautions. It is generally more dangerous for you and your unborn child to postpone needed dental treatment. Elective dental treatment should be postponed. Congratulations and Good Luck. ...Read more
It's my week 14 of pregnancy and I noticed decreased vaginal discharge which I had a lot during my first trimester. Should I be worried? No blood
Is it safe that I used face creams during my first trimester of pregnancy its like 3months I guess. And its really killing me to know what will happen?
Not likely: If I understand the question, you want to know if taking one and one-half Klonopin (clonazepam) only ONCE will cause any harm. In that scenario there is no cause for concern. There should not be any further use of any Rx or OTC medication without the guidance of a medical provider. ...Read more
Best not to: The human body is very resiliant, and your body can often protect the growing fetus inside your womb form many outside factors. However, in the remote chance that very rough sex causes any possible with your implanted, fertilized, and developing egg/fetus, than why chance it. So best to stick to "non-rough" sex while pregnant. Good luck. ...Read more
Can I take mesulid during the first trimester of pregnancy? If not, what can I take for extreme migraine pain?
Yes: This has not been associated with any adverse effects ...Read more
Is there any medicine I can take (homeopathic/ over-the-counter / prescribed) to treat my anxiety during my first trimester of pregnancy? Can't sleep
Yes: There are several medications and some OTC things that will help you. However, when you are pregnant you really should have everything you take approved by your OB or FP whoever is caring for your pregnancy. Give their office a call. They will have some suggestions for you, or want to see you to help you with this problem. ...Read more
How accurate are first trimester ultrasounds? How accurate are ultrasounds done during the first trimester of pregnancy? I had one done and the doc told me that I'm 8 weeks pregnant, but how off could he be? Is there a week or 2 margin of error?
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Sharp pinching pain in vagina and very slight weird cramping feel during early first trimester of pregnancy. Is this no rmal or should I be concerned?
Not normal: You need an exam by your OB and an ultrasound, please call your ob. ...Read more
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
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more