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Will Duphaston Harm My Baby
I'm currently 10wks pregnant, will it harm my growing fetus to continue nursing my 7 month old son?
No: No harm, continue breastfeed. Eat and drink well though. ...Read more
I will be 13 weeks pregnant tomorrow. My ob/gyn prescribed terconazle. Will it harm my unborn child?
To some degree it: Depends on the amount & duration of alcoholism, your health, the resiliency of your fetus & the post-conceptional age when you stopped. Read about fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, of which FAS is the most severe, on clhttp://www.Fascenter.Samhsa.Gov/stay clean & sober from now on. Enroll your baby in your state health division's early intervention program upon discharge from the hospital. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Possibly: Vitamin use is recommended to keep you healthy and they contain folate (folic acid) which is known to decrease the risk of defects in the unborn baby's back. Some doctors recommend extra folate (folic acid) with prenatal vitamins. Follow your doctor's advise. He may have samples if money is an issue. Prenatal vitamins are a must. All the best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Difficult to know: If the music is so loud that you need ear plugs in order not to damage your ears, then my concern would be that it could have adverse effects on your baby's health as well. Do your baby's movements change when you are exposed to loud music? Try to figure out what your baby is telling you. ...Read more
Maybe: By and large, highlights are relatively safe. However, there may be some products out there that have harmful chemicals. It is best to wait for hair highlights until after the first trimester. The first trimester is when the fetus is most vulnerable to harmful chemicals and substances. Try "greener" options for hair products-. ...Read more
BPH meds & Pregnancy: Flomax (tamsulosin) is category b, so even if it is in your semen, it is not going to harm the fetus. Some men who are on Flomax (tamsulosin) will notice a decreased or absent ejaculation. Importantly, BPH meds Finasteride (proscar), Dutasteride (avodart) or jalyn (contains avodart) should not be handled by pregnant women. While present in the semen, these meds are not in high enough concentrations to harm the fetus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Hydrocodone is safe to take in pregnancy. Of course, you should only take it for the least amount of time necessary to control your pain. It is not associated with birth defects but chronic, long-term use may put the baby at risk for narcotic associated issues at birth, including respiratory depression. ...Read more
Pica, a funny word: Pica is a word that means craving and eating non nutritional substances such as chalk, or popular in the South -dirt/clay. Yes, it includes starch as well and simply is not useful to the developing fetus. for growth and development regardless of whether it causes "harm" or not. So, please stop the practice and certainly tell your OB MD and I promise you that she/he will not "laugh it off". ...Read more
What kind of vitamin: You can't overdose of water soluble vitamins b and c. They leave the body in the urine. You can overdose a baby on too much vitamin a and d. Consult with your pediatrician for the amounts to give and the necessity to give. I don't think its necessary if the baby is formula fed. ...Read more
Infection can spread: Disease of teeth and gums can affect health of a person in many ways, eg, difficulty eating, spreading infection, later chronic illness. If pregnant, a woman with dental disease should inform her OB and get dental care as soon as possible. The dentist and OB should share information before and after treatment, with patient's consent and involvement. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Many ways: Cannabis is one of those drugs that produce problems for babies however they are exposed.It is transferred in breast milk & can produce sedation, weakness & poor feeding.It can drop milk production for mom. Long them head growth in baby is impaired but the effect on development is unknown. Smoking itself increases risk of crib death & frequency of infections. You give this up to be a mom. ...Read more
Always ask your OB: Amox/ampicillin is catergory b- means- no risk/adverse fetal effects but controlled human 1st trimester studies not available. The question is whether you trully needs antibiotic. Always ask your OB just to be certain and to confirm the need for you to take antibiotic or any drug during your pregnancy. ...Read more
Yes: And it can harm you. Please stop and seek medical care. ...Read more
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