What happens when a pregnant women takes drugs?
Everything that you eat when you are pregnant goes into your baby's body. So do drugs. Babies that have mother's that took drugs while pregnant often have distorted faces and develop diseases like downe syndrome and autism. When a mother drinks beer a lot while pregnant, the baby comes out drunk.
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you can't control your self and you do things you never wanted to do. you can't control your self and you do things you never wanted to do
its been proven that marijuana ha sno affect on growth. so your baby gets high and thats it. maybe the munchies too ahah
Upon crossing the blood-brain barrier, which occurs soon afterintroduction of the drug into the bloodstream, heroin is convertedinto morphine, which mimics the action of endorphins, creating asense of well-being; the characteristic euphoria has been describedas an "orgasm" centered in the gut. One o…f the most common methodsof heroin use is via intravenous injection. ( Full Answer )
BY TAKING OVER THE COUNTER DRUGS YOU CAN CAUSE PROLONGED PREGNACY AND CAN CAUSE EXCESIVE BLEEDING BEFORE AND AFTER PRGNANCY.ALTHOUGH SCIENTIST MOST OF THEM, DONT KNOW THWE OAFFECTS ONT HE FETUS OF ALL OTC DRUGS SOME HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS LIKE SMALL JAW CLEFT PALATE HEART DEFECTS AND… SKULL AND FACIAL DISFIGURMENTS . BY TAKING OVER THE COUNTER DRUGS YOU CAN CAUSE PROLONGED PREGNACY AND CAN CAUSE EXCESIVE BLEEDING BEFORE AND AFTER PRGNANCY.ALTHOUGH SCIENTIST MOST OF THEM, DONT KNOW THWE OAFFECTS ONT HE FETUS OF ALL OTC DRUGS SOME HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS LIKE SMALL JAW CLEFT PALATE HEART DEFECTS AND SKULL AND FACIAL DISFIGURMENTS ( Full Answer )
They were sent to the gas chambers like most women and children that came into the camp most of the time. If they were visibly showing but if they weren't and they could hide it they were probley sent later to the gas chamber or shot.
when you are pregnant, whatever goes into your body goes into your babies. almost every mother who has been on drugs while pregnant has effected their babies. go online and you can see images of babies who have been effected by drugs because their mothers took them. the babies have birth defects, od…d features, medical illneses, and handicaps. ( Full Answer )
Nothing changes, as she is pregnant already, she cant get pregnant again until after the child is born.
Illegal drugs, and those not prescribed by your doctor could cause birth defects, or miscarriage. Drugs prescribed by your doctor may be in your best interest to take as it could outweigh the risks depending on your situation. You should not take any medications while pregnant without consulting you…r doctor. Even several over the counter medications that are commonly used may also not be safe for you to take while pregnant. ( Full Answer )
the women start to gain weight and she start to gain milk in her breast and will want to eat alot
I have to say yes! Tums are Calcium and you need that when you are pregnant. Taking calcium supplements are good to keep the baby's and your bones healthy. Check out http://www.tums.com/Calcium.aspx for more info.
she has a baby that should be a no brainer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i fell sorry for the person who wrote this question!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This question isn't detailed enough. Taking drugs in the correct dosages help you, and can even make your heart better if that's what they are being taken for. But some drugs, if abused, can increase, or decrease your heart rate, and could either put you into cardiac arrest, or make your heart s…top all together. It also causes palpitation and increases the blood pressure causing the heart to pump more blood faster and faster. Eventually the heart will get tired and the person might suffer a stroke or a heart attack also known as myocardial infarction. ( Full Answer )
Ive never taken heroin but if i did id be in La La land and would nod out with drool and slobber down the front of me and id probably act like i was super mellow just like when i take a huge bong rip.
Lots of things may be happen after having a drug when you are pregnant. In pregnancy the usage of drugs, alcohol and narcotics may pass through plasenta to and when that occurs depending on the chemical properties of the material and the stage of the pregnancy baby may effected mild or severely. mos…t of the drugs which are used to cure diseases have their instructions about their teratogenic effects and due to that if it is usable in the conditions of pregnancy or not. There is a very good example for the drug usage effects on pregnancy. When the well known anti-cancer drug first discovered as an untivomiting drug in early 70's most of the pregnant woman used the medication for their nausea and most of the babies born whose mother have used this medication with phocomelia. As it is exampled above the risks of having drugs when you are pregnant are huge and you should beware dreadfully when you have to use medications. The risk of that severe dmg drops down after 1st trimester but it never goes to 0. ( Full Answer )
yes! It even is the Only painkiller that is ok for pregnant woman to use, if you are not exceeding the dosage limits. If you are in pain for 3 days or more, contact medical help immediately! This advise was given to me (pregnant) by the ER Nurses that treated me @ the hospital and a separate doctor.… ( Full Answer )
You might want to read the back, if nothings said about it, ask your doctor.
No NOO ------------------------------------------- Actually, it depends on your personal circumstances. Severe anxiety/panic issues can put you at risk for pre-term labor, miscarriage, pre-eclampsia, and other serious problems that can affect the health of your unborn child. It's a matter of we…ighing the risks vs. the benefits. This is a matter you should discuss with your doctor to determine if the benefit of taking anti-anxiety medication outweighs the risks. Benzodiazepines are not known to cause birth defects, but there is the risk that your baby could suffer withdrawal symptoms after birth. This can be avoided by taking the medication only when absolutely necessary, or by tapering down the dose before delivery. Definitely discuss with your doctor whether the drug is necessary for your own well-being, as your baby's health depends on yours, both physically and emotionally. ( Full Answer )
She finds it difficult to muster up enough energy to perform normal daily tasks let alone supply the baby with all the nutrition. Iron supplements will help a bit, but the best thing to do is rehabilitate the ability of your blood to carry oxygen. This means; 1) cutting out pollution of any kind …- especially the smoke kind 2) learning to breathe properly - slow and rhythmic (will help heaps with the delivery too) 3) treat yourself with medicine that does NOT involve strong drugs energy field medicine could help a huge deal because it has no drugs etc. one option is at; http://www.energy-treatments.com/holistic_healing/holistic_treatment_of_heart_blood/holistic_anemia_anaemia_treatment.html ( Full Answer )
yes I'm pregnant and they are testing me it doesn't make a difference because if a dipstick comes up positive on something an you know its wrong then you just ask them to send it to a lab because your pregnant and your hormones could be affecting the test
When a pregnant woman smokes, the trace amounts of CO that sheinhales means less oxygen will be delivered to her baby. The nicotine and other compounds found in tobacco pose both animmediate and an extended threat to the health of her developingchild. These dangers include: Increased risk of misca…rriage Increased risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Premature birth Low birth weight Behavioral problems (hyperactivity) Reduced verbal and mathematical ability Smoking while pregnant will: . Lower the amount of oxygen available to you and your growingbaby. . Increase your baby's heart rate. . Increase the chances of miscarriage and stillbirth. . Increase the risk that your baby is born prematurely and/orborn with low birth weight. . Increase your baby's risk of developing respiratory (lung)problems such as asthma. . Increase the chance of your baby having heart defects. . Increase the chance of your baby having learning disorders,behavioral problems, and relatively low IQs. ( Full Answer )
Absolutely. In fact, if you care about the well being of the baby, I hope you do. In this situation, it might be best to ask the pregnant woman if she has considered abortion. The last thing this world - and the baby itself - needs is another absentee/drug addict parent to raise a future criminal…. ( Full Answer )
You can take tylenol, that is all and for amount you can take consult you physician, no gravol unless doctor okays it, no allergy or cold/flu pills/med, check with physician for asthma medication.
It is called subutex and the suboxone doctor will prescribe it to pregnant women to help with opiate addiction.
You can use several meds against malaria when you are pregnant. Consult your doctor which ones. In general pregnant women are advised not to go to areas where there's malaria since they run a higher risk to get it more severe. So if you have to go taking the meds is safer then if you would actually …get malaria. The attacks involve high fever and cramps and they come fast. ( Full Answer )
Answer . It can cause birth defects. I don't know whether you mean prescription or illegal drugs, but you should go see your doctor ASAP to find out. Even prescription drugs can harm an unborn child - and badly. Doctor. Go. Answer . Well, different drugs cause different problems, but pretty much …any drug, even caffeine, can harm your baby. Unless you plan on having an abortion, you need to stop doing drugs -- all drugs, even marijuana, cigarettes, and coffee -- right now. Especially alcohol. Just four drinks in one night, or one drink every day for less than a week, can cause Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (which is basically like a form of retardation, with other symptoms like vision problems, abnormality of facial features, growth problems, and more). ( Full Answer )
Anything that Mom takes, the baby gets part of. Unlike the Mother, the baby is not yet in any position to handle many chemicals as it's brain is still developing, as is the immune system and digestive system. Drugs will be handled VERY differently by the child.
Only under doctor's supervision since there are side effects. This is usually done when a man transforms into a woman.
Twins can be identical or fraternal (monozygotic or dizygotic). For identical twins, one sperm fertilizes an egg. The zygote divides into two identical embryos. For fraternal twins, two separate eggs are fertilized. They both implant on the uterine wall, forming two zygotes.
Pregnant women should not take methadone because it does have the same effects on the body as any other opiate. The only type of opiate medication that doctors say is safe to take while pregnant is hydrocodone, but hydrocodone shows up in a drug test and methadone does not.
If you take illegal drugs and are caught, you will be subject to trial for possession of a narcotic. If you take drugs that you were prescribed to take, nothing happens.
You will die from an overdose. The drugs will infect your system and damage your body eventually killing you. if you get to a hospital quickly enough the can treat you and get all of the toxins flushed out of your body. BUT JUST DON'T TAKE DRUGS IN THE FIRST PLACE
Nicotine can reduce the blood flow to your hands and feet, Increase your heat reate and blood pressure(which leads to increased risk of heart attacks). It is also very addictive and is found in ciggarettes. It is addictive because the drug's shape resembles the shapes of the chemical that is made by… the nervous system. As an effect to the fact that the drug is replacing the chemical your body can stop making it. This means that your body needs and wants you to take the drug so that you can get that chemical again. Your body can make the chemical again but could take a long time. ( Full Answer )
If you are pregnant, do not take any medications, over the counter preparations, supplements or herbal preparations without talking to your doctor first about your specific situation and health history. Even peppermint oil, which can be effective for those who are not pregnant, can be very dangerous… during pregnancy. For appropriate diagnosis, treatment and prevention of headache disorders, seek the help of a board certified headache specialist. ( Full Answer )
It depends on what type of drugs your talking about..any kind of narcotic drug..then it's absolutely not okay. Even some drugs that doctors prescribe, aren't good for the baby. Cigarette smoking can also produce health problems for the baby along with physical defects.
Antipsychotic drugs are pregnancy category C. (Clozapine is category B.) The drugs in this class appear to be generally safe for occasional use at low doses during pregnancy, but should be avoided near time of delivery.
The medicine's effects on pregnant women have not been studied. Women who are pregnant or who may become pregnant should check with their physicians before taking this medicine.
Do not use Amlong as it has several prenatal side effects in which can harm the baby.
It depends on which drugs you take. Anything you inhale can physically damage your lungs. Smoke from marijuana or crack can burn the lining of your lungs and leave deposits that make it difficult for oxygen to be absorbed. Inhalants can also cause scarring and make it difficult for the lungs to work…. ( Full Answer )
Never take antibiotics on your own, always get it prescribed by a doctor. Pregnant women can take antibiotics but it's preferred that you don't but if the condition is worse then any effect the antibiotics could possibly have on a fetus you sometimes have to. What effect it has on a fetus is not rea…lly known but so far no damages has been found. ( Full Answer )
your baby will become mentle and you will need to give someone a blumpkin and you will have to choke on someones black mamba.
some times she can get mad for no reason in she will swell up alot in gain weigh
There is no use for Gynaecosid on pregnant women. It's used to help get your period back when you have Amenorrhea (=period gone for other reasons than pregnancy). It is not used for abortion.
Maalox have several different products so I don't know which one you mean but they can also interact with medication you are already on so better ask your doctor.
No, not at all. It is not safe for those that are not pregnanteither. It is illegal in a few countries, as well as several USstates. It can cause seizures, violent vomiting, hallucinations,aggression, and many other side effects.
No. It is contraindicated in pregnancy. It can cause neural tube defect in the fetus.
Yes, pregnant women can take Zolpidem when directed and controlled by a physician. This drug is found to cause some preterm births depending on the quantity taken and its duration.
Migraines pose a difficult situation in pregnant women, because everything with the potential to help mom has a potential to also affect the fetus. Because each situation is very different from another, including medical history, additional medications/vitamins/supplements as well as the gestational… age of the fetus, there is no across the board answer to this question. All pregnant women should be seeking the advice of their obstetrician for the health of their baby. Another medical professional that may be very helpful is a Migraine and headache specialist who is board certified in headache medicine and has received extra training in the diagnosis, treatment and management of Migraine and headache patients. ( Full Answer )
If you are pregnant, yes you can take Umka. However, the bottle says the get advice from your current medical provider before doing so. It is highly recommended that you do so, especially if you are breastfeeding.
Cyclopam is in a drug category called anti spasmodic. Thismedication is not recommended for use in pregnant women since itcan harm the developing fetus.
Yes, however your doctor is the best to ask and your pharmacists is a good one to ask.