Pregnancy is the time when there is a "restructuring" in the work of all body systems, the woman's immunity is significantly reduced and she becomes more "open" for infections, possibly exacerbation of chronic diseases, and the development of pathological processes. Here also it is necessary voleju-to bondage to accept the medical products appointed or nominated by the doctor. And here comes the time for the question: and how justified and safe for the future mother and her child to take this or that medicine? After all, it would seem, even the most "harmless" drugs can still cause side effects. And what to do in the case when a pregnant woman suffering from varicose veins was prescribed the taking of such a seriously serious medicine as "Cardiomagnum"? Should I listen to a doctor in this case? Let's try to answer this question.
Is it necessary to have a cardiomagnet during pregnancy?
"Cardiomagnolo" is prescribed for the prophylaxis of thrombosis, heart attacks, strokes, as well as disorders of cerebral circulation. The composition of this combination drug includes acetylsalicylic acid (or, more simply, aspirin) and magnesium hydroxide, which reduces the possible side effect of aspirin. Here is the reason for the excitement of the future mother, because everyone knows that it is better to refuse to take acetylsalicylic acid during pregnancy, because it can adversely affect two bodies - a pregnant woman and her unborn child.
What is so dangerous about cardiomyopathy during pregnancy?
Even in the instruction itself, the drug says that taking it pregnant, as well as breast-feeding women is contraindicated. This is due to the possible occurrence of such serious side effects as bleeding in a future mother, delay of labor, as well as the appearance of developmental defects and hemorrhage in the brain of the fetus. In addition, acetylsalicylic acid has the ability to penetrate the placenta and can provoke the development of such congenital anomalies, as a wolf mouth, hare lip, underdevelopment of limbs, etc.
What to do when the appointment of Cardiomagnina is appointed by the attending physician?
The appointment of "Cardiomagnola" during pregnancy by the attending physician is a serious and reasonable decision. Many future mothers "overtake" such a disease as varicose veins, at which the reception of "Cardiomagnola" will help to prevent the formation of blood clots (which is mortally dangerous for a woman), and also, "making" blood more fluid, will facilitate its movement along the vessels.
When is it possible to receive Cardiomagnet during pregnancy?
"Cardiomagnum" can not be strictly accepted in the first trimester, as it is fraught with an increased threat of miscarriage and the risk of developing defects in the child.
Admission of this drug is only allowed in the second trimester, when the expected benefit from it exceeds the occurrence of possible side effects. During this period, the placenta begins to function, which is already capable of not passing many medications through itself. In addition, most often the basic organs and systems of vital activity of the child have already been formed.
The drug is also "moratoriumed" in the third trimester of pregnancy, because acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) is capable of causing bleeding not only in the future mother, but also in the fetus, as well as the delay in labor. It can also affect the state of the cardiovascular system of the child (possibly premature closure of the arterial duct).
You can not take "Cardiomagnolo" and during lactation, since aspirin enters the breast milk. If you need a single dose of the drug, then complications should not arise, but in no case is it inadmissible systemic reception. Otherwise, you have to make a difficult choice: either take "Cardiomagnolo" or deny your child breastfeeding.
"Cardiomagnet" during pregnancy: for or against?
Reception "Cardiomagnola" is prescribed for prophylactic purposes with a tendency to thrombogenesis. If the disease is found in a pregnant woman, it is best to prescribe to her other medications that are not able to adversely affect the fetus. Therefore, even in the second trimester of pregnancy, there is no acute need for the appointment of "Cardiomagnola". If, however, the drug is assigned to you, most importantly, despite all the possible side effects, do not engage in self-medication, and take it only as directed by the doctor in charge, under his control and strictly adhering to the prescribed dosage.