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The guided use of these medications doesn't pose a risk to most expecting women.
An early viability scan at around six to ten weeks helps determine the prognosis of pregnancy.
Taking NyQuil may be safe if it does not have alcohol; however, follow your doctor's advice.
Ascertain the safety of at-home abortion techniques to avert their undue risks.
Like a rainbow that comes after a storm, a rainbow baby is born after the loss of a baby.
These scanners emit low-intensity radiation that is usually not harmful to pregnant women.
Intranasal administration of this decongestant poses lower risks during pregnancy.
The suitability of OTC cold medicines is best determined by your doctor while pregnant.
An effective antidiarrheal drug, but ask your doctor before taking it.
Exercise precautions when taking medicines. Some may harm the fetus.
Weight gain during pregnancy is normal, and taking pills to stop it can be dangerous.
Placental abruption may lead to fetal oxygen deprivation requiring prompt treatment.
Mild laxatives are safe but only provide temporary relief from constipation.
Know everything about this drug to ensure its safe use when nursing.
Know the appropriate methods of maintaining colon health when carrying.
The drug is usually prescribed to pregnant women only if the benefits outweigh the risks.
The drug is best avoided unless prescribed since evidence of its safety is limited.
Calendula could be a beneficial flower, but is it for pregnant women?
Promptly treating insect bites alleviates its symptoms and averts complications.
Since few studies exist on the safety of this compound, consult your doctor before using it.
Have the drug only when prescribed, and discuss the precautions in detail with your doctor.
Inform your doctor if you conceive while on these synthetic steroids to avoid side effects.
Ascertain glucosamine safety before using it to treat or manage arthritis during pregnancy.
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