If you are pregnant, you ca n’t take medicine. Have you read the medicine box carefully?

"You can’t take medicine when you are pregnant." This is a general understanding of many people.Some pregnant women have taken one or more drugs because of a cold, stomach pain and other reasons without knowing it. After taking the medicine, they found that they were pregnant."Will children have a problem?" Such questions made the whole family worry.

To treat such a question, you must first see what medicine you take. There are no marks prohibited by pregnant women on the pill box.In fact, the drugs are classified, and some drugs have no effect on the fetus, but some drugs affect the fetus.The American Drug Management Commission divides the drug into five categories based on the effects of drugs on the fetus:

Class A: It has no effect on the fetus, such as vitamins.

Class B has basically no effect on the fetus, such as penicillin and cephalosporin.

Class C: It may have an impact on the fetus, such as galaxycin.

Class D: It is harmful to the fetus, but it is definitely good for pregnant women after medication. If pregnant women have serious diseases or threatened by death, medication can be considered.

F -level: Forbidden to use pregnant women.

For pregnant women, you must first figure out what medicine he ate.Many people can’t figure out what kind of medicine it has taken, only red, white, how big, sliced or powder.If you have the name of the medicine, the doctor will classify the drug according to the name of the drug, which belongs to that category.Class A and B drugs can be considered first. If the drugs of D and F, we must carefully analyze and comprehensively consider it.

The effect of drugs on the fetus is not only affected by the classification of the drug, but also affected by the fetal pregnancy week.The fetus has a high degree of teratogenic. During this period, if you take drugs that are susceptible to terators, the fetus may not dare to ask.Because the fetus is growing organs during this period, if it is affected by the drug, the organs may be "crooked", which is the malformations we usually call.Therefore, there are the following points that need special reminders:

1. During the period when the fetus’s effect on the drug is more sensitive is within 5-10 weeks of conception, that is, between 40-70 days of pregnancy. During this period, if it is affected by the drug, it may develop deformity.C, D, F drugs, if the drugs of D and F are used, it is recommended to do it.

2. A pregnant woman with a normal menstrual period (referring to a menstruation for 28-30 days) and within 5 weeks after menstruation (within one week after menstruation), this period is used, no matter what kind of drugs, if the drug causes the fetus to cause harm to the fetus harm, Will cause the fetus to stop developing.At 50 days of pregnancy, you can do a B -ultrasound. When you see the fetal buds and fetal hearts, the drug indicates that the drug does not hurt the fetus, and the fetus can ask. If you do not see these, most fetuses have problems.

3. Due to the early pregnancy response, most pregnant women mistakenly believe that early pregnancy reactions are mistaken for colds and stomach diseases.Don’t be frightened at this time, wait patiently. By 50 days, make a B -ultrasound, and decide to choose according to the fetal heart and fetal buds.

A childcare woman may become pregnant mothers every day in life. It is recommended that everyone cherishes life, uses cautious medicine, and do not miss the lucky star in life.

Chief Physician of the First Department of Products and Children’s Hospital in Northwest Women and Children: Lei Juling

Edit: Liu Xiao

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