So, Spiramycin is a natural antibiotic of the macrolide group. It is this group of antibacterial drugs that is considered the safest for the future mother and her baby in the womb. As the instruction to the drug indicates "during pregnancy, the use is possible according to the indications, there was no teratogenic effect of spiramycin".
Spiramycin has a fairly wide range of prescriptions. They treat diseases of the respiratory system and ENT organs (pharyngitis, tonsillitis, sinusitis, pneumonia, otitis), gynecological diseases (chlamydia, for example); urinary tract infection (urethritis and prostatitis). Assign the drug for toxoplasmosis, as well as for the prevention of articular rheumatism, meningococcal meningitis, diphtheria and whooping cough. But here in the period of pregnancy Spiramycin most often treat toxoplasmosis. This is due to the fact that the drug is also concentrated in the placenta and amniotic fluid, so it does not allow the infection of the fetus with toxoplasma, while it does not affect the fetus negatively.
Studies on the effectiveness of Spiramycin in other diseases have not been conducted, so most often this drug is prescribed only with the diagnosis of toxoplasmosis, and other infections are treated with other antibiotics (Azithromycin, for example).
However, Spiramycin should be taken strictly according to the doctor's prescription, which will prescribe both the duration of the course of treatment and the dosage of the drug, and also indicate in which form to take the medicine (in tablets, in suspension, or in ampoules for intramuscular injection). Be sure to pay attention to how Spiramycin interacts with other medications that you prescribed a doctor. If any medicine strengthens the action of Spiramycin, then you risk to feel all the "delights" of side effects, or even poison yourself.
Although sparamycin can cause a number of side effects, both from the digestive system (vomiting, nausea, diarrhea), and from the central nervous system, hematopoiesis and cardiovascular system. Most often against the background of taking Spiramycin, urticaria develops, itching and rash appear; rarely, but anaphylactic shock and angioedema may occur.
Please note that any antibiotic requires a serious attitude: it should be taken at a certain time (preferably 15 minutes before meals), in several receptions (most often 3 times a day), as well as a course of treatment should be less than 3 and more than 10 days. However, all these instructions are very conditional, so ask the doctor, who prescribed Spiramycin, a detailed instruction for use.
In no case do not resort to self-treatment, making a diagnosis for yourself by external signs. Before you treat a sore, you need to confirm it. Increased responsibility during pregnancy, because now you are in the answer not only for yourself.
Health to you!