See the Related Link to a very good FAQ on the causes of Down syndrome.
A mother cannot pass Steven's Johnson syndrome to her child during labor. Though the medication she is taking can be passed on to her child, and certain medications can cause Steven's Johnson syndrome.
No, but consuming alcohol during pregnancy can lead to impaired mental development in a condition called Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
Never take any medication during pregnancy without first consulting your doctor or midwife !
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According to the FDA it is not known whether this medication will harm an unborn baby so you have to discuss it with your doctor which is what you always have to do when adding new medication during pregnancy.
You can use any kind of cream or suppositories during pregnancy. But avoid any oral medication.
No, the medication Effexor cannot affect a pregnancy test result.. however.. if you get a positive pregnancy test result, you should talk to your doctor about the safety of Effexor during pregnancy ~pawsalmighty
No! but when you have gallstones! you have more PAIN during your period! :(
You should talk to your Dr before taking any type of medication during pregnancy.
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You should not take ANY medication without talking to your Dr first during pregnancy.
A pregnancy with Down Syndrome would be the same as any other pregnancy. But, there's a chance that if the mother finds out that her child has Down Syndrome by having some testing done, she might become depressed.
There are tons of medicine not allowed during pregnancy and we can't list them all. The rule is that if you need medication, any medication even off the counter, check with your doctor first. Always!
Yes there are many, many medications that are not safe to use during pregnancy. Please talk with your doctor about the medication you are referring to.
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HELLP syndrome is a condition during pregnancy that includes elevated liver enzymes.
According to this website - http://women.webmd.com/pharmacist-drugs-medication-9/pregnancy-medicine -YES.
It might be useful to know if your baby will have Down Syndrome. In that way, you can be prepared for it. Another option is so that you have the choice to terminate the pregnancy.
Something that would not be taken internally; most externally applied benzoyl peroxide products would be best to use during pregnancy.
There are many causes of retardation. These includes Down syndrome, velocariofacial syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome, problems during pregnancy and other genetic disorders.
Amniocentesis, given during the second trimester of pregnancy, is used to detect/diagnose chromosomal disorders including Down's Syndrome.
It depends, essentially, on how badly you need the Seroquel. Seroquel is a Pregnancy Category C drug in the United States. Ask your doctor BEFORE you cut out the medication OR get pregnant.
HELLP syndrome is the most concerning cause of high liver enzymes during pregnancy. It has a high rate of death.
Yes it should be safe but as always when it comes to medication during pregnancy - ask your doctor just in case.