Certain prescription and/or overthecounter drugs are associated with fetal abnormalities and miscarriages. Consult your doctor before taking any medication when you are pregnant or trying to conceive. Some drugs can damage the fetus and cause miscarriage before you even know you are pregnant.
Although I am not sure if you mean intentional or unintentional miscarriage, I know that there is a pill that is an "abortion pill" that does, indeed, cause a miscarriage.
To get the answer to this question, it would be best to ask your doctor.
Yes, if you are no further than 9 weeks. After that it has to be by surgery and your doctor can refer to you to a Obstetrician.
Yes, a induced miscarriage is aka as an abortion and up to the 9th week it can be done using medication you get from your doctor. After that it has to be done by surgery.
It is possible, but not usually, for gonorrhea to cause a miscarriage.
There are many. One example is Accutane, an acne medication. It has been shown to cause fetal deformities, and possible miscarriage.
A miscarriage may cause vaginal irritation.
There are herbs you can make tea of that might cause a miscarriage.
No, normal physical activity does not cause miscarriage.
Genital warts won't cause a miscarriage.
HPV does not cause miscarriage. It does not affect fertility at all.
It increases the risk of a miscarriage.
Vinegar if any kind can not cause miscarriage.
They are too numerous to mention. NEVER take a medication without first consulting your doctor. If your doctor has prescribed a medication and you are having problems with it and can't reach your doctor then please phone a pharmacist.
If you mean on purpose the answer is no. That medicine is on prescription only for your safety. If you are worried about a medication and it's effect on you when pregnant you should always ask your doctor before starting a new medication.
Yes. LSD is known to cause uterus contractions, which can induce a miscarriage.
The contraceptive implant does not harm a pregnancy and doesn't cause miscarriage.
No, the smell of cat litter cannot cause a miscarriage.
No, sperm doesn't cause early miscarriage.
You mean the morning after pill? No that does not cause miscarriage.
Yes it's one of the side effects. Women have no reason to eat it though unless it is for abortion. The oral medication is for men with ulcers.
Yes cmv is a major cause of miscarriage and their is no cure available for it at this time!
Cortal is aspirin and does not cause miscarriage but it can cause fetal damage which is why women who are pregnant should stick to Tylenol.
Plan B DOESN'T cause a miscarriage! It prevents ovulation, thereby also preventing pregnancy. Which is why it has to be taken within 5 days of unprotected sex., though more effective within 3 days. Yes. In the U.S. one such medication is called "plan b"
Lutofolone is an injected medication that contains estradiol benzoate and progesterone. This medication is typically administered to women who have experienced recurrent miscarriage or have a threatened miscarriage as a method to prevent pregnancy loss. The medication can also be given to a woman who has developed amenorrhea to start a period.