Pregnancy and Drugs

A pregnancy is a special time in a woman’s life. Punctuated joys, but also headaches, it is sometimes necessary to treat. But beware, all taking medicationfor 9 months is not trivial. What to do and what not to do: point.

The rule: no self-medication

Back pain, a headache, a bobo: you’d be tempted to take a drug sold without prescription and consumed very fluent. According to a study conducted in 2000 in Strasbourg, more than 20 percent of pregnant women surveyed would have resorted to self-medication. However, before you take anything, seek the advice of your gynecologist or the pharmacist is essential. Them alone will know if there are risks for the baby or not.

This is true even for medicines that you usually take, and which seem harmless: some can be bad for your baby. For example aspirin is part of the substances to be banned during your pregnancy.

The first quarter, a sensitive period

As soon as you know you are pregnant, it is important to avoid taking drugs. It is during this first quarter for your future baby to form: this is a crucial moment!

The first months, your State seeing, don’t forget to point out that you are pregnant when you see a doctor.

If you follow a treatment

If you take a treatment (for example, diabetes), as soon as you know you are pregnant, see your doctor. You cannot stop it without medical advice. Your doctor will be able to judge if you can continue your treatment without prejudice as to the proper development of the fetus and, if necessary, will propose another treatment of a molecule whose efficacy has been tested during pregnancy.

What about vaccines?

Contrary to what one might think, you can get vaccinated when you are pregnant, but then again, careful, not against any disease. Vaccine against influenza, hepatitis B, polio, rabies and tetanus can be administered if there is indication.

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