Vicoden is one of the few drugs that SEEMS to have no adverse reactions to the unborn fetus. However, as with any other substance/controlled substance, it is always better to be safe than sorry and not to take these medications while pregnant. On a further note, Vicoden is a medication designed to target pain that is muscular/joint/etc.-related. It will NOT help a headache or migraine, and is not designed for that. Not only do I know this medically (my profession), but I have known people to try it -- unsuccessfully. If you are taking Vicoden (or Lortab, Hydrocodone, etc.) for a headache, the only thing it will do is increase your chances of becoming an addicted mother. It is also a depressant; and can cause you to feel tired, unmotivated, and eventually even depressed. For the best possible outcome here, which would be a healthy mother and a healthy baby, skip the narcotics all together.
Yes it safe, i am 6 weeks pregnant and my doctor prescribed it.
is it safe to take vicodin and diclofenac together
i have been taking both for the last two weeks. no different results
Generally no adverse effects; but read attentively the leaflet of the drug.
no.it is harmful for you and your child
If the doctor knows you are 30 weeks pregnant and wants to do it, it's probably safe. If you have questions, talk to the doctor and find out if there are any risks and what they are.
Yes. This drug is safe at this stage of pregnancy.
I am 33 years old and 13 weeks pregnant. I was given a Rx yesterday for magnesium 400mg for migrane headaches. it was the only safe drug they could try to give me some relief while pregnant. This was also Rx by a nuerologist at the Cleveland Clinic. Hope this helps.
Generally safe and non-toxic in therapeutic dosages. Not to be used by those on anticoagulants, expecting surgery or 1 to 2 weeks afterwards, pregnant women, chronic headaches. And more . . .
yes I was given a prescription at 35 weeks
Safe?: YES Sanitary?: NO