All medication has the possibility of counteracting or causing side effects between themselves. For someone who has undergone a kidney transplant (I'll assume you were a recipeint and not a donor), it is likely that you will always need to take anti-rejections drugs. With the sensitivity of anti-rejection drugs, you may not want to take any form of Birth Control. Essentially, it isn't the birth control that you need to worry about, it is staying healthy. I would recommend you work with your transplant team and a fertility doctor to determine the best options for you. You're transplant success will be the determining factor in whether or not you can get pregnant later in life. Don't give up hope, but search for the best alternative for your health.
Some medications are safe for pregnant women, but many can adversely affect the development of the fetus.
some medications and other drugs may affect hair's receptivity to dye. The most common culprits could be thyroid medications, chemotherapy, and some types of hormonal medications.
Because of its location and method of action, no medications affect the Paragard copper IUD. That's one of its great benefits.
It is important to follow directions regarding taking medication with or without food as stomach contents can affect absorption. In addition, some foods can interfere with medications (grapefruit juice is known to affect several medications).
Kidney allocation is based on a mathematical formula that awards points for factors that can affect a successful transplant, such as time spent on the transplant list, the patient's health status, and age.
I'd say this is Bull! Who does your research?
the positive answer on the tests are very rarely wrong, HCG is the hormone produced when someone is pregnant, which is what shows up on the test and is not there to detect by urine tests when someone is not pregnant. although there are some medications etc that can affect the reliability of the test.
At present there is no such procedure as a "brain" (or should that be a "body") transplant. Thus it has not affected mans ways of thinking.
it's a yeast infection. ask your doctor to recommend a safe product to use that won't affect the pregnancy. do not take any oral medications for yeast infections if you are pregnant unless your doctor prescribes them.
Anti-inflammatory medications do not affect how well NuvaRing works.
A pregnant friend should have little to no affect on you. If anything, it should be a learning experience to the friends whether it be get on birth control, use condoms, or just abstain from sex.
Vaginal medications may affect accurate pap smear test results. Other medications do not.
Yes, you can bathe a dog after she was mounted. There is no reason to bathe her, however! Bathing will not affect whether she might get pregnant.
Medications used for herpes, like Valtrex, Famvir, and Zovirax/acyclovir, do not affect the birth control pill. Some HIV medications do affect the birth control pill. Contact your pharmacist or health care provider for advice specific to your medication regimen.
they dont want to eat maybe that is an affect that means your pregnant They Dont Want To Eat Maybe That Is An Affect That Means Your Pregnant
Lupus does not generally affect the ability to get pregnant, although it can affect the ability to carry a baby full term. It is recommended that women with lupus wait until they are in a period of remission to get pregnant. All lupus pregnancies should be treated as high risk, with the obstetrician and rheumatologist working as a team to manage the disease and the pregnancy. Some lupus medications can be harmful to a developing fetus. If you are having trouble getting pregnant the place to start is with your ob/gyn.
Medications for schizophrenia usually lower the numbers of dopamine receptors in the brain. The two main classes of medications for schizophrenia are antipsychotics and atypical antipsychotics.
no it will not affect the child because the child does not depend on the bone so ask a doctor
2nd june 2002