Yes. Antibiotics effect birth control, this is how most pregnancies occur when woman are on the pill, by taking antibiotics.
You should not take antibiotics of your own. Your physician will give the antibiotic when indicated. He will select the proper antibiotic which is safe and effective during pregnancy.
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You can safely take antibiotics prescribed by your doctor when you are pregnant. The reason they are cautious during pregnancy is because it is not tested on pregnant women but I have never heard of a miscarriage due to antibiotics. You have to remember that they only prescribe it to a pregnant women if the alternative, the illness, is the more dangerous choice.
Yes. If your menstrual cycle has started, it means that you are ovulating, and therefore you can get pregnant.
Antibiotics should be avoided when pregnant but sometimes it has to be taken because the outcome would be worse. And yes, you can take it but the doctor have to decide if it's necessary.
Yes. This first generation cephalosporin is safe during pregnancy.Yes. It is one of the safest antibiotics, that can be used during pregnancy.
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.
As far as I can tell from the little research I did antibiotics play no role in pregnancy. Technically it is possible to get pregnant while menstruating but this is very rare as you need to be ovulating and menstruation is getting rid of a failed pregnancy.
Not unless your doctor prescribed it. Pregnant women sometimes have to take antibiotics because the alternative would be worse for them and the baby.
Yes there is no problem in taking hydrocodone (or any combination containing also acetaminophen (e.g. Norco)) to control pain during infection treated by an antibiotic. Consider "antibiotics" for regular antibiotics (penicillins, etc..)
Yes it can effect during pregnancy as it can cause anemia, fever, and other complications as side effects
Yes, you can take antibiotics any time during your menstrual cycle.
You can get pregnant anytime you have sex. Sex during a period makes pregnancy very unlikely.
If you had a normal pregnancy, you aren't pregnant. If it was irregular or light, you should take a test.CORRECTION...If you had a regular period, not pregnancy, you aren't pregnant.ANSWERI got my regular period for 5months in my pregnancy. Some people do get their regular period during their pregnancy.
Yes, you could. You can get pregnant anytime before, during or after your period.
There is no special treatment just because you are pregnant. It's antibiotics as usual but you have to see your doctor for it. When you need medication during pregnancy ALWAYS speak to your doctor! It's important your OB/GYN knows you have it.
If she has already started her menstrual cycle and has had sex during time of ovualtion it is very likely that she would get pregnant.
There are several different antibiotics that you may encounter during your life. Some of these antibiotics are Penicillin, Amoxicillin, Analgesic, Azithromycin, and Ciprofloxacin.
You should wait to attempt getting pregnant until after it has started to heal, just in case you get an infection. But you cannot get pregnant from the piercing procedure, and it isn't advisable to mate someone during the procedure.
A few antibiotics can decrease the effectiveness of oral birth control in the female; these include griseofulvin, rifampin, and some HIV drugs. Since only the sperm is transmitted to the female during sex the male being on antibiotics should have no effect on her contraception.
Antibiotics are not alive, therefore they can not be hurt during ejaculation. If you mean can antibiotics make you have a pain sensation during ejaculation, this is possible if it is a stated side effect of the particular medicine. Always read the label.
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Answerfrom Roger W. Harms, M.D.If you develop a bacterial infection during pregnancy, antibiotics can nearly always be taken safely. It's important to choose the specific medication carefully, however. Some antibiotics are OK to take during pregnancy, while others are not. Safety depends on various factors, including the type of antibiotic, when in your pregnancy you take the antibiotic, how much you take and for how long.Here's a sampling of antibiotics generally considered safe during pregnancy:AmoxicillinAmpicillinClindamycinErythromycinNitrofurantoinPenicillinCertain other antibiotics should be avoided during pregnancy. For example, tetracyclines - such as doxycycline, tetracycline and minocycline - can damage a pregnant woman's liver, discolor a developing baby's teeth and cause various birth defects.If an antibiotic is the best way to treat your condition - you have a urinary tract infection, for example, or you test positive for group B strep late in pregnancy (in which case antibiotics are given during labor) - your health care provider will prescribe the safest antibiotic at the safest dosage.You can check his website at http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/antibiotics-and-pregnancy/AN01145
There are any situations in which becoming pregnant while on birth control is possible. If you take the pill and miss too many days and have sex during the days you missed, you may become pregnant. If you take antibiotics, some antibiotics may cause the pill to be less effective. Also the pill, and most all other forms contraception, are not 100% effective, even with perfect use.