What the effect of spasmo proxyvon on the new born of the person using the drug?

Neonatal effects. Spasmo proxyvon is a combination of dicyclonine, acetominophen, and dextropropoxyphen. It is used as a pain killer and can become addictive. The individual ingredients are not known to cause birth defects. However, used during pregnancy it can be responsible for neonatal signs and symptoms of withdrawal after birth.
Not known. No reports of complications if you take this drug while pregnant. After birth, unless you are breastfeeding, baby should not be affected. You should contact your baby's pediatrician for more information.