Yes, some Migraine medicines can result in miscarriage.
most likely not, but it is always best to consult your OB/GYN before taking any medicines while pregnant
The list is too large to answer here. Instead, read the packaging of each medicine you intend to use. Phamaceutical professionals will be able to provide you with information regarding specific medicines, as will doctors. Also each manufacturer is likely to have a helpline where they can answer your questions about specific medicines.
While it is not very likely that ex-lax would cause a miscarriage, it is possible. The cramping which laxatives cause could theoretically cause uterine spasms and lead to a miscarriage. It would be best to talk to your doctor if you are having difficulties.
Yes. Women with RA and lupus are more likely to have complications including miscarriage during pregnancy.
Yes. Abnormal sperm are less likely to fertilize an egg and more likely to create a non-viable embryo which can lead to miscarriage.
As such it's not medicine that can cause miscarriage, but you should have been advised by you doctor what to avoid. You should stay away from ibuprofen and vitamin A, caffeine, illegal drugs, cold & flu relief medicines. hope this helps, consult your doctor
A miscarriage is not likely to cause bacterial vaginosis. BV is caused when the vagina's normal helpful bacteria die off, and the "bad" bacteria take over.
It is possible, but not usually, for gonorrhea to cause a miscarriage.
After one miscarriage you are no more likely than before to miscarry again.
* Possible, but not likely. A miscarriage is usually caused by either a chromosomal abnormality or a blunt-force trauma to the pelvic area. Stress can cause a baby to be unusually small or have other health problems though. * Stress is absolutely not a cause of miscarriage. That could stress a lot of women out unnecessarily!
Diet pills don't cause miscarriage but should not be taken when pregnant because they can very likely cause fetal damage. They are rarely tested on pregnant women and when pregnant you should not diet.
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.
There are many herbs that can cause miscarriage, if you are pregnant, research any herbal medications before taking. And ask your doctor since many medicines are based on plants and herbs and they can interact.Attempting abortion/induced miscarriage without being supervised by a doctor is an illegal abortion though, punished with 2-10 years in prison.
It is more likely to leave the baby brain damaged or physically damaged.
It increases the risk of a miscarriage.
Vinegar if any kind can not cause miscarriage.
Medicol is like Ibuprofen and no it does not unless you take a dangerous amount and risk dying yourself. It can cause damage to the fetus though and always when pregnant you have to tell your doctor what medicines you take.
Most likely will you develop a infection when the placenta decompose before you get a chance to get pregnant and that alone can cause a miscarriage. See a doctor ASAP. After a miscarriage you will often need a D&C to clean out the uterus. The miscarriage is not over until everything is out.
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.