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Are there any medications that you should not take while pregnant and can any cause you to miscarry?


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Answered 2006-06-30 09:10:37



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If you suspect you may be pregnant with a IUD then you should make a appointment with your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test. But chances are if ur pregnant with an IUD they will have to go in and remove it which will cause u to miscarry.

Some can which is why you always have to double check with your doctor before you take anything. Some will damage the fetus but not make you miscarry.

Flying will not cause you to miscarry. Not unless you were thrown across the plane from science fiction turbulents.

i took an Advil for a headache i just want to know if it will cause me to miscarry Advil is not safe to take during pregnancy but it should not cause you to miscarry after just one dose but don't take it again. Read the label on all medications before taking during pregnancy. If there are any doubts do not take it! Your doctor can prescribe something safe for you to take for your headaches (generally these are acetaminophen based drugs). If your headaches are severe and you can't get into the doctor go to the emergency room; they can help you.

Aspirin wont abort or miscarry a baby and as pregnant you should take Tylenol and speak to your doctor about what to take based on the reason you need painkillers.

Yes, a period can cause u to miscarry because a period is to clean your system and if your only.a few weeks pregnant then your fetus can be washed away also...

yes it is possible for anorexia to cause woman to miscarry.The fetus is not getting the proper nutrientsit needs to survive.

The X-ray will damage the egg, unless you wear a covering that protects it... LEAD covering. I know I was in Dental school. As for the root canal, no, it won't cause you to not get pregnant, but you should warn the dentist if you even suspect that you are pregnant, so they can take every precaution in not harming the embryo...

That depends on how much bleeding? Did you recently have sex because that can cause some bleeding. You don't always have to be in pain to miscarry. You should call your ob/gyn immediately.

certain medications and eating dissorders may cause this but for the most part, it means that you are pregnant.

If you mean that could you miscarry by taking birth control pills now that you are pregnant, no, they will not cause a miscarriage, but they could make you just plain sick, which would not be good for you nor the baby

Naproxen is very strong for someone who's pregnant to take. Tylenol is what they recommend when pregnant. So consult your doctor if you need something that strong. I don't see how it would make you miscarry though. It thins out the blood so you can bleed more but in order to miscarry you have to take so much you will hurt yourself and get internal bleedingsor a stroke.

PCOS does not cause birth defects, but it is a genetic disorder and can be passed down to your children. It also makes getting pregnant very difficult, most couples trying to get pregnant will try fertility medications which can cause birth defects but it is very rare to have a child with such a defect concieved with the aid of fertility medications.

Something as simple as a sneeze can cause you to miscarriage. Generally, however, you don't know that you're one week along and can miscarry without knowing that you were pregnant. This miscarriage type of miscarriage can result in some heavier-than-normal bleeding and such.

If the blood is brown it is usually old blood that is coming out leftover from your period. Red blood is a cause for concern and could mean that you may miscarry.

No, drinking so much that you miscarry is rare.

Diet pills don't cause miscarriage but should not be taken when pregnant because they can very likely cause fetal damage. They are rarely tested on pregnant women and when pregnant you should not diet.

No, if you are under a lot of stress or you can lift on something heavy and tear the placenta from the wall or any trauma to the abdomen can cause you to miscarry. It is more common to miscarry before you see/hear a heartbeat.

Cancer medications cause severe hair loss.

No, it's caused by a bacterium. No medications cause chlamydia.

A number of medications, including antihistamines, antibiotics, and blood pressure medications, may cause drowsiness as a side-effect.

Medications do not typically 'cause' dental decay, however, some medications can cause a decrease in salivary production. Saliva is important in neutralizing acids that cause decay. Therefore, some medications can contribute to the incidence of tooth decay.

A bladder infection would probably not stop a period. If you ARE pregnant a bladder infection could cause you to miscarry. A bladder infection should be treated as it can backtrack to the kidneys so go to the doctor about the infection and tell him/her that you have missed your period.

There are a couple of medications your veterinarian can prescribe. However, there are no safe medications that you can buy without your veterinarian's prescription. You should never give human medications to your pet - these medications are not safe for animals and can cause severe reactions.

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