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Using Percocet 30 While Pregnant
Opiate & pregnancy: It is not recommended to use opiate in the pregnancy. It can affect fetal development in the first trimester and it can cause great stress for the baby due to withdrawal. If you are so dependent on the opiate, please discuss it with your doctor before trying to have a baby. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
That is great news: Congratulations on a healthy new baby. This medicine is pregnancy category c which means that animal studies show some risk but human studies not available or not definitive. A medicine has a "risk" warning does not mean that all babies will be affected--just as some medicine works for one person and not other. Anyhow, you are fortunate to have a healthy baby. Congrats. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
I just found out I am pregnant and I have a kidney issue that has me on percocet 10s for 6 months prescribed. How am I suppose to safely detox? No ins
How often for ?issue: Your OB provider and your prescribing physician need to be in contact with each other. If there are no other choices to treat the pain of your condition, and you are taking a modest dose (3-4 tablets per day), the chances that the baby will have neonatal abstinence syndrome is about 30%. You need to deliver in a setting where they know how to treat it - ideally a tertiary referral center. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hey if I accidently took 1 10mg Percocet at 35 weeks pregnant and will it be in my baby's system im so worried?
Im on Percocet and Morphine ER for pain conditions and just found out Im pregnant. What are the risks associated with taking these medications?
Neonatal abstinence: syndrome is the major pregnancy complication. Women taking opioids for pain are also passing it along to the fetus, and depending on a variety of factors, about 70% of babies born to moms on opioids will develop a withdrawal syndrome. If possible to taper the medication in your second trimester and use alternative pain management, that would be best. It is treatable in hospitals with expertise. ...Read more
I am 30 weeks pregnant and Ive been taking percocet 10mg and 2mg alprolazam not prescribed for a little over a week.my doc won't help me Tapper off.
I'm 21 wks pregnant and gota back tooth pulled today and was prescribed 5/325 percocets 1 every 6 hours but the pain is bad. Can I take 2 if needed?
Tough question: We do not recommend opioid use in pregnant women chronically, as infants will be born with symptoms of addiction known as neonatal abstinence syndrome that can result in prolonged hospitalization for the infant. However, sickle cell anemia with vasoocclusive crisis can be very painful condition that requires opioids for pain management. My recommendation is to use opioids only when pain is bad. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
33 weeks pregnant. Have taken about 10 percocet 30mg during pregnancy.. Will it affect my baby? :(
Opiate & pregnancy: It is not recommended to use opiate in the pregnancy. It can affect fetal development in the first trimester and it can cause great stress for the baby due to withdrawal. If you are so dependent on the opiate, please discuss it with your doctor before going to labor. He can help you develop a plan to take care of your baby after birth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have seen it.: Talk to your physician about it. The trimester of the pregnancy may play a part as well. Make sure that both your denstist and your physician are on the same page. There may be other options and if you don't hurt a lot just take tylenol (acetaminophen) instead. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Found out I was pregnant, is tramadol, Percocet and flexoral okay during pregnancy. First doc appt is next week.
Hx of irregular cycles. Today found out I'm 6 weeks pregnant. I have chronic complex migraines for which I take 40mg of Percocet a day. I have taken as perscribed for the last 6 wks. I will stop but I am worried about damage thus far. ?
Don't worry: most of the time the baby is ok , just wean off this , or as low as possible dosing. ...Read more
I just found out im pregnant i take percocet for my back problems i need a safe answer to get off the pills i need to get off pecocet with out a meth program I have been taking for for pain period not to get high I have had some bad problems with my back
See addiction MD: It is not safe to go through "cold turkey" withdrawal in pregnancy. It risks both your safety and the safety of your unborn child. Depending on how many Percocet you were using, a variety of things could be done, ranging from a supervised detoxification to maintenance with Buprenorphine (suboxone/subutex). All this has to start with seeing an addiction specialist-asam.Org or aaap.Org can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Just found out 6 weeks pregnant; took Percocet 5/325 3x a day for chronic headaches before I knew. OB said should be ok but seeking 2nd opinion?
It's OK: If you have stopped your Percocet, you don't need to worry. Ongoing narcotic use--we worry about neonatal abstinence syndrome--withdrawal. It would be ideal if you can find a solution for your headaches that doesn't require narcotics, and maybe seeing a doctor who is a headache specialist can help find a long term non-addictive solution. GOOD LUCK!! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you take amoxicillin and Percocet while 31 weeks pregnant? ER Doctor prescribed them to me but I want to make sure.
15 weeks pregnant, no ob gyn visits, has hypertension and has been taking xanex, percocet, seroqel, ambein and suboxon the entire pregnancy. Outcomes?
HIgh risk pregnancy: With these illnesses and medications, she has a high-risk pregnancy. She needs a good team to see her through: maternal-fetal medicine physician, psychiatrist, and therapist. She won't be able to withdraw from the opiates while pregnant, but will need a substance abuse program after delivery. Social services needs to be involved concerning parenting issues. Baby @ risk but could still be well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Dr decreased my percocet from 120 month to 30 and I haven't passed all drug test and it's a chronic back problems. Are they allowed to do this and why?
Several reasons: First of all narcotics like percocet are best used for acute pain, not chronic pain. If not passing your drug test means that the doctor saw illegal substances in your drug screen then that is probably the reason for lowering your percocet. Narcotics mixed with street drugs are very dangerous and can result in death. Doctors can decrease doses if they feel it is necessary or dangerous for you. ...Read more
I need help getting off oxy cotton 30 cr , I'm also taking percocet 10 4 times a day .all this due to a head on collision that happened 10 years ago?
NA and/or rehab: Join Narcotics Anonymous and get a sponsor and go to meetings. Call drug rehab programs in your area as well. You are making a smart, wise, healthy decision to get off opiates. Do not get on Lyrica, (pregabalin) Neurontin or Clonazepam either, as they have dependency issues as well. Avoid alcohol and any other addicting meds, too. Exercise is a huge help. Stop nicotine while you are detoxing from opiates. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Healthy active woman taking percocet daily for back pain. Can i quit after 3 years? They help a great deal but i feel i'm addicted and don't like it
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