Yes pregnancy can happen in the first month while taking clomid
Yes. This first generation cephalosporin is safe during pregnancy.Yes. It is one of the safest antibiotics, that can be used during pregnancy.
If you need Lysopaine you might need antibiotics and Lysopaine is not to take instead of antibiotics so check with a doctor first so it's not antibiotics you need.
First of all, breast enhancement pills are a scam. Secondly, you can take antibiotics when you are taking such pills.
it can be but you should consult a doctor first to find out if it will hurt you or the baby
You should not take antibiotics without consulting your doctor first but antibiotics is safe. The reason you need it can be more dangerous.
Check the paper in your pill pack. As you usually need to take 7 days of pills to be protected you should be all right.
I did and nothing happened to me.Check with your doctor first to be safe.
You should not drink alcohol while taking antibiotics for bacterial vaginosis without checking with your pharmacist first. If you drink alcohol while taking metronidazole (Flagyl) you could experience severe nausea and vomiting. There are no problems with alcohol and yeast medication.
I started a round of antibiotics (a "Z" pack) and within 2 hours of taking the first dose, I noticed hives appearing in their usual spots (for me, the face).I ceased taking the meds, but the hives and other side effects stayed with me for more than 7 days.
This belongs to Cephalosporin group of antibiotics. The are totally safe in even first trimester of pregnancy andfavorite of doctors. For all types of infections, you can almost choose one of them.
I think that it won't complicate the pregnancy but it would most likely act up more. I have gallstones caused by pregnancy and they suck.
If you have been using the pill for some time and took that first pill late on the day it was due, chances of pregnancy are very small.
It depends on the antibiotic some are thought to have no effect and others are thought to have a detrimental effect. You should always inform your MD if you are having unprotected sex before taking any medication. Now, be honest and let him or her explain your options and possible effects of the medication you used.
You can lose a baby at any stage of pregnancy, but it isn't called a miscarriage after a certain point. By far the most common time to miscarry is in the first twelve weeks of pregnancy. After that, the chances drop off considerably.
Pain in the ovaries is not a symptom of pregnancy. There is no reason for your ovaries to hurt, except maybe in later pregnancy when the baby is taking up a lot of nearby space.
They usually say after the first trimester when the chances of miscarriage are significantly lower, but you can announce your pregnancy any time you feel comfortable doing so. Good luck.
Not usually. Since colds are caused by viruses, taking an antibiotic at the first sign of a cold is useless and is an overuse of those drugs - which also leads to ineffectiveness of those drugs. People who have colds and/or flu can develop secondary infections which can be treated with antibiotics. But using antibiotics as a preventive is not considered responsible medicine when it comes to colds.
Egyptians used the first antibiotics in the form of mouldy bread.
Only certain antibiotics affect the baby such as metronidazole. Penicillin are concidered safe but all medication should be avoided if possible during pregnancy. As it was early on before you even knew you was pregnant its very unlikely any damage has been done as the baby is just a bunch of cells until around 10- 14 days after conception which would be weeks 3 - 4 of your pregnancy as pregnancy is dated from the first day of your last menstrual period (lmp) and conception normally takes place 14 days after lmp. Hope this helps.
Taking laxatives is not recommended at any point during pregnancy.
First trimester, or embryonic stage.
As long as you told the doctor you were pregnant and were given suitable antibiotics the baby should be fine. If you did not know until afterwards that you were pregnant have a word with the doctor or a pharmacist.
You can take a pregnancy test everyday if you want, chances are it will remain negative until about the first week of a late cycle - because you will not have enough hCG to detect pregnancy until about 2 weeks after conception.
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