Im pregnant my partner is taking pain medication can it harm the baby?
Anything your partner does after you have already become pregnant will not affect your baby, unless they pass along an STD/STI -- your body closes the area the baby is in, off from the rest of the world to keep your child safe from contaminants, diseases, bacteria and the like.
Info from Drugs.com: FDA pregnancy category C. It is not known whether zolpidem is harmful to an unborn baby. Before taking this medication, tell your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant during treatment. This medication can pass into breast milk and may harm a nursing baby. Do not use this medication without telling your doctor if you are breast-feeding a baby. Read More
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. Read More
I had my tubes clipped 8 years ago and i so desperatly want a baby girl and a baby boy with my partner is it possible for us to have a baby as my body says I'm pregnant but the pregnancy test says I'm not but my son and partner thinks and believes that i am pregnant if I'm not then how can i give my partner a love baby Read More
Not particualrly. I'd talk to a doctor before taking any type of medication though. The baby should be about due at forty weeks! Read More
If he took the medication after the baby was concieved (you already knew you were pregnant) then the medication he took will have no effect. If he took it during the time the baby was concieved, it very well may have an effect on the baby. Read More
Quinine is considered a Level D drug in the US and should not be taken during pregnancy unless it's use out weighs the risk to the baby. Always check with your dr before taking any medication while you are pregnant. Read More
From what I understand, most pills are made so that if you become pregnant while taking it, there is little to no harm to the developing baby. However, if you suspect that you are pregnant, you should see a physician for a blood test and if you are pregnant, stop taking the pill. Read More
With Celexa it just says to talk to your doctor. For the pill, I know that you aren't supposed to take it if you are pregnant, but I'm not exactly sure what the affects it will have on the baby are. Just call your doctor and talk to them. They will give you a pregnancy test and, if needed, put you on a different medication. Read More
How many alcoholic beverages can pregnant women have per day without harming the baby en have a day without harming the baby g the ba?
They can have zero alcoholic beverages because the alcohol goes right to the baby and can have terrible affects on brain and physical development. This is why you check with your doctor about every medication or over-the-counter supplement you are taking because you can cause permanent harm by not taking care. Read More
It is not good to take ambian which is a sleep medication while you are pregnant because it would effect the growth of the baby. Read More
Can taking pain killers while your pregnant hurt the baby I'm 8 months pregnant and have a kidney stone.?
If you know you have a kidney stone you must have been diagnosed by a doctor. Call that doctor and ask about possible painkilling medication. At eight months you can't afford to take any chances. Read More
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. Read More
warfarin is not recommended when pregnat. Switching to heparin, (which is too large to cross the placental membrane) a similar drug, is the recommended approach. If you are pregnant and taking warfaring talk to your doctor immediately so that she/he can switch your medication. Read More
I don't really understand the question due to the wording, but, if you found out you were pregnant and have been taking some type of medication that is powerful like pain killers, etc. , I suggest you contact your doctor immediately. Mainly because some medications can harm the child. Read More
it will taste like yummie Read More
no its dangerous for the baby Read More
If I use a condom and I want to get pregnant can it be transferred from the condom to the vagina to get me pregnant?
If you and your partner are using a condom, then your partner will not be wanting/expecting a baby at this time. If you want a baby it would be better to discuss this with your partner and if he agrees you can then have sex without using the condom. You also need to think about protection, a condom protects you from sexually transmitted diseases, if you put the inside of the condom in yourself you… Read More
What are the risks involved if you are taking cold and flu tablets but you think you might be pregnant and it's too early to tell if you are?
There is a slight risk of affecting the baby. If you suspect your pregnant and you shouldn't take this medication, then stop taking it straight away. I agree. Just take lots of fluids. If it is later on (after 16 weeks) and you truly have the flu (with a high temperature) it is probably safer to take acetominophen (paracetamol) to bring the temperature down than to run a fever which can affect the baby. Read More
This medication is in the FDA pregnancy category B. This means that it is not expected to be harmful to an unborn baby. However, if you are pregnant you do need to mention this to your doctor. Read More
I'm not completely sure what you mean by this question, but here's my answer: If you have been taking a contraceptive (birth control) pill while pregnant, there will probably be little or no side effects. If you are asking if you can take other medications while pregnant, this would depend on exactly what medication it is you are taking. You should consult your doctor or a pharmacist to find out what effects your medications could… Read More
If you have a different sex partner while pregnant does the DNA of the child change without protection?
No the sperm of the person you are having sex with while pregnant will have no effect at all on the baby. Read More
Yes, he is taking a woman in her forties and she is pregnant with his baby. Read More
I had very severe nausea and vomiting while pregnant. Ask your OBGYN for an anti-nausea medication. I'm sorry I don't remember the name of the actual med but I do know it exists and wont hurt the baby. Read More
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. Read More
This means that this is the week you want to try to get pregnant, so you and your partner will be trying to make a baby. Read More
it's the day that u and ur partner made the baby LOL! its when u got pregnant Read More
It varies, but usually it's after the 4th or 5th month. Read More
No. This medication crosses the placenta and enters breast milk, which means your baby will be taking this medication also. There are exceptions to this though, for example if you have pre eclampsia but an alternate medication would be safer. I recommend that you talk to your doctor for further help and a safer medication. Read More
In general, yes, unless she has any disease you could contract or if she's taking medication you should not have. However, breast milk is for the baby--so it's not appropriate to consume breast milk until after the baby has nursed. It is OK to do this if the child is getting enough milk to thrive. The additional stimulation provided by the mother's partner will help encourage her breasts to produce additional milk. The suckling by… Read More
It is not good for the baby at all so stop right away because if you keep taking it your baby will have defects. Read More
Taking a low dosage of a Benzo medication, such as Ativan, can hurt a baby in the 2nd trimester. However, a doctor may determine that the benefits outweigh the risks in some cases. Read More
no it will only makes sure you dont get pregnant if you are pregnant and start taking birth control its doing nothing Read More
It is safe to take this preparation, when you are pregnant. But then take only as per advice of your doctor. Read More
Im 6 weeks pregnant and have been taking doxycycline for acne what are the chances it will have affects on my baby if you stop taking it now?
STOP taking it and call your doctor ASAP!!! Read More
have sex , youll be fine.... Read More
yes Do not take marijuana in place of any birth controll or condoms u will get pregnant! Read More
If you are taking birth control pills and become pregnant continue to take the pills can it harm the baby?
If you ARE pregnant- you have no need to take birth control, you cannot get 'more pregnant' by not taking them or anything like that. Stop taking the birth control pills and start taking prenatal vitamins. Studies are linking birth control pills to being harmful to your baby- but even if they are not harmful- why continue to take them if you are already pregnant? Again, you cannot get pregnant with multiple babies at once… Read More
I'm pretty sure it can cause birth defects. You would need to talk to your doctor about this. Why would you start taking birth control after you find out your pregnant? I hope your not trying to kill your baby! Read More
The dream suggests that you are taking on a new responsibility. Adopting a baby rather than being pregnant or having your own baby suggests that you are taking on a responsibility that originally was someone else's, but now has become your own. Read More
you can possible kill the baby and have serious medical problems so stop taking it you can possible kill the baby and have serious medical problems so stop taking it Read More
Yes drug use during pregnancy will effect your baby. Depending what you are taking and the amount anything from birth defects to giving birth to a baby born addicted! Read More
Acitretin is a retinoid, which is a form of vitamin A. It is used to treat severe psoriasis in adults. It is not a cure for psoriasis, and you may relapse after you stop taking this medication. Acitretin (http://www.guidechem.com/cas-550/55079-83-9.html) can harm an unborn baby or cause birth defects. Do not use acitretin if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant within 3 years after you stop taking acitretin. Women taking acitretin must not drink… Read More
Although is is unlikely that taking lithium will kill the baby it can give your baby some heart defects. Check in with your local doctor for more information. Good luck with your baby =D Read More
You should not take any medication while breast feeding your baby that has not been prescribed by a physician. Be sure to tell your physician and pharmacist that you are breast feeding. Read More
The FDA lists Vicodin (hydrocodone) under "Pregnancy category C," and tells us, "This medication may be harmful to an unborn baby, and could cause addiction or withdrawal symptoms in a newborn." As such, the potential for problems exists. You should have a serious talk with your obstetrician and your Pain Management specialists before proceeding. Read More
You would cause birth defects with the baby. Read More
is it safe to ocassionally take vicoden when you are pregnant Read More
no it is not save during pregnancy. It is too similar to caffeine. Read More
by getting an ultrasound down to see the size of the baby Read More