It really depends on the antibiotic and the class drug it is. Drugs are rated different classes based on their risk to a pregnancy. For example, Amoxicillin is considered a class B drug. Class B drugs are considered relatively safe. Tetracycline on the other hand is considered a Class D drug, meaning there is sufficient data to determine the drug is harmful during pregnancy.
For more information on drug classes, you can start at the related link. To find out what class of drug your antibiotic is, go to any drug database and look up the drug information. It should list the pregnancy category in the information.
I would discuss the use of Alesse and the antibiotics with your doctor or midwife if you are pregnant.
Birth defects are possible in pregnant patients taking Cipro. It has not been proven that Cipro is the cause of the defects, however.
There are certain antibiotics for women when they are pregnant that are safe to take, talk to your Dr. if you are on antibiotics and pregnant. Hope this helps.
Antibiotics can make birth control pills ineffective, but you cannot get pregnant JUST by taking them, you have to also have sex.
Yes, since antibiotics inhibit the growth of bacteria, and sperm is not bacteria. Also, if a woman is taking antibiotics AND a birth control pill, it can cause the birth control to become ineffective, letting her get pregnant.
Yes she can. Antibiotics do not prevent you from getting pregnant. They may have some affect on the effectiveness of various birth control pills.
The same as if you weren't, if not better.
i was on that when i became pregnant with my first child, and she didn't have birth defects. birth control doesnt hurt the baby just as long as you stop taking it once you find out you are pregnant.
Antibiotics should be avoided when pregnant but you have to discuss this with your doctor. Some conditions are worse for the mother and baby than taking antibiotics.
It depends why you are taking them. Presumably your doctor knows you are pregnant and it may be that the antibiotics help you maintain your pregnancy. ASk the doctor.
Yes. Antibiotics effect birth control, this is how most pregnancies occur when woman are on the pill, by taking antibiotics.
No, In fact if you became pregnant whilst taking the pills the child could have bad defects. USE PROTECTION!
You would cause birth defects with the baby.
You have to consult your doctor about antibiotics since it depends on your health state. Some illnesses is worse for a pregnant woman then taking antibiotics.
Topiramate may cause birth defects. Use effective birth control while taking topiramate. Patients who become pregnant while taking topiramate should contact their physician immediately.
While a few antibiotics can reduce the effectiveness of birth control pills, they don't have any significant effect on whether or not you get pregnant if you are not on the pill.
you need to talk to your doctor before taking anything.
Taking antibiotics while you are on a pill will not result in?ægetting your menstrual period earlier. It?æwill interfere with your ovulation?æand will increase the possibility of you getting pregnant.
Ciprofloxacin is a category C drug, while there are no proven studies showing birth defects while taking this drug, there has been bone defects in animals tested at a much a higher dose than given to humans. You should notify your doctor if you are pregnant or become pregnant while on cipro. It is NOT safe to breastfeed while taking this medication.
The risk for pregnancy after a tubal is 1/1000 and whether you take antibiotics or not is irrelevant.
Antibiotics can decrease the effectiveness of the pill. It is very possible to get pregnant while taking andtibiotics and birth control pills at the same time. See your doctor.
Antibiotics don't affect the depo like it affects birth control pills so you are protected.
It is never safe to smoke, taking antibiotics or not.
It depends on what she is taking the antibiotics for.
Taking antibiotics can make the pill ineffective under some circumstances.
Finax (finasteride) has the potental to cause birth defects only if a pregnant woman comes in contact with it. I.e takes a tablet or touches a broken tablet. not if a female becomes pregnant to a male who is taking finasteride. However many men decide to discontinue taking the medication whilst trying for a baby.