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What Over The Counter Drugs Can Cause You To Miscarry
No: Bad idea. See a doctor in person if you want to discuss this further. ...Read more
Are their any over the counter medicines that cause miscarriage. Does taking Ibuprofen during the first few weeks cause miscarriage?
33% of preg misc in:
1st trimester normally. To tease out just what causes them is a process of statistical inference! There is no data implying that ibuprofen causes miscarriage. In general, if you don't feel that you have to take a medicine then don't. Every action you take has its risks and its benefits. We believe that the risks to a pregnancy of taking ibuprofen are minimal and that it is safe to take.
Just found out I'm (5wks) pg. I'm high risk and take progesterone to prevent miscarriage, but can't see my Dr. For 2 weeks! Is over the counter okay?
Progesterone: No. If your doctor will not see you, see someone who will. ...Read more
Two ways: Studies through vanderbilt university medical center have linked cannabis w ectopic pregnancy ; early miscarriages. Marijuana ^’s anadamide levels which prevents correct embryonic development ; can lead to miscarriage or the embryo may not make it’s way to the uterus ; instead implants in the fallopian tube. ...Read more
Yes,: A pregnant shouldn't as a general rule take no medication, illicit or not during pregnancy, especially during the first trimester. One glass of wine with dinner not a problem. If there is a compelling need to use a drug, the benefit vs the risk must be weighed by a specialist (high-risk obstetrician). If your planning travelling to an endemic malaria part of the world---fagetaboutit, seriously! ...Read more
INTERESTING!: This is an interesting approach. The things to do for a healthy pregnancy are take prenatal vitamins eat healthy sleep healthy do not drink alcohol or caffeine. Do not smoke or do drugs. See you OB regularly and make sure any underlying illness are treated like diabetes or high blood pressure. What is your fear or concern about a miscarriage exactly? Good luck! ...Read more
Can diluting or dissolving drugs intended for parenteral injection cause infertility, if given after miscarriage?
I don't know: What you're asking. What drugs are you referring to and why would you dilute or dissolve them? How are they being administered. It sounds like you are making a very bad and even dangerous mistake by abusing medication in this way. ...Read more
What can cause a miscarriage? The person I had intercourse with did drugs. .. Can that be the reason why? Or...Help please.
Genetic mutations: Most of the time miscarriages are caused by genetic mutations incompatible with life and are no one's fault. That being said, if you are trying for pregnancy, visit your family dr or OB-Gyn and start prenatal vitamins. Stop smoking, no drugs unless check with dr, no hot tubs or hot baths, no alcohol. Of course, it would be good if the father of your child didn't use illegal drugs. Chose carefully. ...Read more
Many possibilities: There are many causes of multiple miscarriages including age, genetic issues, uterine pathology to name a few. If you would like an answer more specific to your history please consult with us. ...Read more
Causes contractions: Wisdom says: avoid this in most all cases. There are certainly some who know how to make good use of ancient herbal therapies, but very few. This is powerful stuff and quite toxic. Action is complex, but vaso-constriction is part of it. It induces labor regardless of the readiness of the fetus. Steer clear or be prepared for facing a medical emergency. ...Read more
Unlikely: The human reproductive system is quite effective at getting a fetus the nutrients it needs to develop. Women conceive, even in times of shortage and famine. Obviously there can be problems for baby if, say, Folic Acid is insufficient, namely, neural tube defects. Having said that, nutrition isn't a major cause for miscarriage. ...Read more
Many things possible: Any woman may have a miscarriage, as a normal part of life. If a woman has recurrent miscarriages, there are some known causes (other than bad luck) such as genetic disorders (like a chromosomal abnormality), autoimmune causes (like anti-phospholipid syndrome), anatomic causes (such as a malformed uterus), and environmental causes (like smoking). ...Read more
Many causes possible: Many possible causes of miscarriage exist. You have more chance of another success than multiple miscarriages with no child. With 2 or more miscarriages we look for low egg supply, uterine problems like polyps or fibroids, abnormal antibodies, blood clotting disorders, hormonal problems. Genetic tests if needed. See a reproductive endocrinology/ infertility (rei) specialist for tests & treatment. ...Read more
My sister is 25 years old she miscarried twice suddenly all tests are fine but her antithrombin percent is 66% is it the cause?
Miscarriage: I'm assuming you are talking about an Antithrombin 3 level. It sounds like she is being evaluated for lupus or lupus like conditions, which can lead to more poor pregnancy outcomes. She probably needs to have her provider go over the entire work up with her to see if anything is concerning. ...Read more
I had a total of 4abortions. 2 miscarriages. Are my abortions the cause of this happening? Didn't have any complications w/ my ab.
What do you mean?: I think you are asking if having elective abortions in the past increases the risk of having a miscarriage. Elective abortions do not increase the risk of miscarriage in the future ...Read more
What list of tests could be helpful now (I'm going for my DnC in 3 days) & after the DnC that would help investigate the cause of 2 early miscarriages?
Miscarriages: The limit of what I can put in this response is not enough but I found a good link on the internet you can check out. Http://www. Mainlinefertility. Com/specialties/repetitive-miscarriage/ ...Read more
Miscarriage: You are passed the first trimester, so initiating anything on your own, can be life threatening. Please get medical help. ...Read more
No it can't: Regular exercise is safe and encouraged during pregnancy. We have had elite athletes in our practice, one who even ran a marathon at 7 months of pregnancy. That being said, be smart, keep to your usual routine, and keep yourself well hydrated. Finally consult with your OB to make sure you don't have any high risk issues that would make running inappropriate. ...Read more
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