Flemoxin during pregnancy

Flemoxin during pregnancy - instructions for use, feedback

Very popular among pregnant women is the drug Flemoxin. It is quite new, very effective, and doctors say it is safe (as far as antibiotics can be safe, especially during pregnancy - a controversial issue).

Flemoxin during pregnancy: instruction

The most important line in the instructions for any drug for a pregnant woman: the possibility of using the drug during pregnancy. But, alas, not always the instruction gives the exact answer to how the active substance of the given medicine can affect both mother and her future baby. And this is even to some extent understandable, because it is unacceptable to carry out experiments on pregnant women. All studies and surveys of the whole picture (and, most importantly, truthful) can not be given, so the producers write: during pregnancy, prescribe if the expected benefit from therapy for the mother exceeds the risk of side effects in the fetus.

How can you guess what will be the impact on the future child and what can normal sore throat for a pregnant woman? Probably, an experienced doctor should decide this, taking into account both the condition of the future mother, and the course of pregnancy, and the presence of concomitant sores (chronic, for example), and other nuances. And however, most often the doctor does not have time for "disassembly" and with obvious angina, they prescribe Flemoxin, they say, more or less safely, and very effectively.

Although let's go back to the description of this tool. So, Flemoxin is an antibiotic from a huge group of semisynthetic penicillins of a wide spectrum of action. Its main active substance is amoxicillin, which is active against many gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and has a bactericidal effect.

Very many diseases are treated with Flemoxin (bacterial infections caused by sensitive pathogens). These include: bronchitis, pneumonia, sinusitis, tonsillitis, otitis, pharyngitis, pyelonephritis, cystitis, urethritis, gonorrhea, cervicitis, cholangitis, cholecystitis, dysentery, salmonellosis, meningitis, sepsis, and skin and soft tissue infections. Take Flemoxin either in the form of tablets, or in the form of a suspension. Something, and the exact dosage should be prescribed by the doctor, given the severity of the disease. Usually the drug is taken 3 times a day for 5-12 days.

Any antibiotic is dangerous because it causes a lot of side effects. Pharmacists convince that Flemoxin is transferred very well and "pobochki" is a rare phenomenon. However, if it is a question of treating a pregnant woman, then more often than not she has to find out herself what the aggressive influence of an antibiotic is. In total, and not to consider what the future mother may face, however, most often diarrhea, vomiting, stomatitis, dysbacteriosis and skin allergic reactions do not bypass.

Flemoxin during pregnancy: reviews

For serious diseases (for example, meningitis or salmonellosis), no pregnant woman will challenge the doctor's decision to undergo an antibiotic treatment. If Flemoxin is prescribed for angina or sinusitis, questions arise one after another. It is generally believed that without an antibiotic, angina can not be cured, so many mothers do not see anything wrong with getting rid of the sore with the help of a practically harmless Flemoxin. Others strongly recommend to their pot-bellied friends, to treat angina in other ways. That's how they argue on the inetov forums, eventually they get completely confused and drop their hands.

Those who took Flemoxin during pregnancy, successfully endured and gave birth to a healthy baby, to a medicine, respectively, are well treated. The ardent opponents of antibacterial treatment believe that they are very fortunate, since any medicine, one way or another "imprinted" on the health of both mother and child. All converge in one: in the first trimester of any treatment is better to avoid, and even more so antibacterial. Further, everyone recommends not to engage in self-medication, but also the doctor's recommendations "check" by consulting with several specialists. And, finally, everyone wants good health. We must do everything to protect ourselves from various sores, and if unwell - to take timely measures, then there will be no need in Flemoxin.

We also wish you health and easy pregnancy!

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