A pregnant woman is taking flu medication prescribed by her doctor The baby is born severly deformed Does she and the baby have a claim?
Deformities are caused in the first few weeks of pregnancy almost before the woman even knows she is pregnant. There are so many things that can cause deformity and flu medication is not among them that I doubt there is a claim.
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Yes and No. Certain types of medication are ok. Robitussin withOUT the DM is ok. Nothing with aspirin or ib profin. Tylenol is ok.
Answer . No. There will be no harm to the baby.
I'm guessing by that you mean a relative?. Yeah, the child is bound to have some defects because the genes are too similar, and the mutations that an individual has (and ther…efore will have possibly been inherited) will be doubled in their offspring.
the doctors that take care of babies is called a pediatrician. you could get mixed up with a nurse and a pediatrician but the difference is that a nurse doesn't only take care… of babies and kids. they can take care of any size.
If a woman is pregnant and she has the swine flu will the baby inside of her catch the swine flu too?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the US have released information for pregnant and breastfeeding women, a link is provided below in the related links section.… It is as yet unknown what, if any, effects the Novel H1N1 influenza virus will have on a fetus. The information referenced above gives these guidelines for what to do if you are pregnant and get symptoms of the "2009 Swine Flu": . If there is H1N1 flu in your community pay extra attention to your body and how you are feeling. . If you get sick with flu-like symptoms, stay home, limit contact with others, and call your doctor. Your doctor will decide if testing or treatment is needed. Tests may include a nasal swab which is best to do within the first 4-5 days of getting sick. Like regular flu, H1N1 flu may make other medical problems worse. . If you are alone at any time, have someone check in with you often if you are feeling ill. This is always a good idea. . If you have close contact with someone who has H1N1 flu or is being treated for exposure to H1N1 flu, contact your doctor to discuss whether you need treatment to reduce your chances of getting the flu. . Symptoms of the Novel H1N1 Influenza virus are: . Coughing . Headaches . Body Aches . Vomiting . Diarrhea . Sneezing . Runny Nose . Fever - over or at 101F about 41C . If you think you have the swine flu and have high fever, chest pain, are short of breath, or get sudden dizziness, and, especially if you also live in an area were it has been discovered, you should seek medical attention. Your doctor will determine if you need to be treated with an anti-viral medication. CDC recommends taking Acetaminophen (Tylenol) for fever. For the anti-viral medications that could lessen or stop your symptoms more quickly to be effective, they must be given quickly (within two days of the first symptoms).. The effects of antiviral drugs in pregnant women or their babies, are not established yet, but no serious side effects have been reported. If you are given these drugs and believe you are having a side effect, call your doctor immediately.
Roughly the following July. However 'October' is too broad to give an accurate answer
yes if the doc gave you a prescriptoin your all good.
If the person is prescribed by a doctor it is safe. But if they are taking it for fun it is probably like a drug.
No. They usually do an ultra sound and that will show the fetus. Yes, during the first few weeks of pregnancy, the embryo is so small that it is hard to see, even with an ult…rasound. The heartbeat is usually visible in an ultrasound after 7 weeks gestation.
A baby can not tell a woman is pregnant.
Pregnant women are at higher risk of developing complications from the H1N1/09 flu virus. They already have stress on their immune systems from the pregnancy and adding illnes…s to that can leave them much more vulnerable. Many of the deaths from the pandemic swine flu were among pregnant women. Vaccinations are safe for pregnant women and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommend that all pregnant women get the flu vaccination that includes the "swine flu" vaccine to prevent them from getting the infectious disease. See the related question below for more information about those recommendations.
No, not at all
Can a pregnant employee be terminated for taking family medical leave three weeks before baby is born?
Most likely not, as long as your employer is bound by the FMLA and you have been with the Employer long enough.