What is Wobenzym?
Wobenzym is a combination drug that has a very wide spectrum of action. It has a pronounced antimicrobial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulating, and analgesic and anti-edematous properties.
The basis of Wobenzima is made up of potent enzymes of plant and animal origin. Therefore, it is considered a relatively safe drug with minor possible side effects. At the same time, Wobenzym is effective in treating a variety of different diseases and is often used even for preventive purposes.
This drug is prescribed to improve immunity, in particular in the period of viral epidemics, for the treatment of a number of chronic and acute diseases (including gynecological ones). Often it is prescribed in complex antibacterial therapy, because Wobenzym not only enhances the action of antibiotics, but also mitigates the manifestation of their side effects.
Wobenzym and pregnancy
The expediency of prescribing Wobenzima during the period of bearing a child can have several grounds. Firstly, the woman's immunity can be overly weakened, and at a certain time this represents a real threat to her and the child's health. Secondly, under the influence of hormones in the body of a pregnant woman a number of changes occur and not always the desired processes occur. Many organs and systems can be significantly damaged. And here Wobenzym will also help. It establishes the work of respiratory, cardiovascular, immune, circulatory, digestive systems, which during pregnancy often give "failures", which can adversely affect not only the well-being and health of the future mother, but also the condition and development of the future child.
Also, Wobenzym is prescribed to pregnant women with gestosis - to relieve the primary symptoms: nausea, headaches, hypertension, swelling, the appearance of protein in the urine. With the existing threat of termination of pregnancy, this drug is also often prescribed, as with cystitis in pregnant women, with rheumatism and a variety of other diseases.
In general, Wobenzym during pregnancy is appointed in order to help a woman take out a healthy child. However, a future mother may have a doubt on this score. Because the instructions to this drug are written in black and white, that during pregnancy, Wobenzym should be used with caution.
Doctors explain this by the fact that Wobenzym, like any other medical product, during pregnancy can be taken only on the prescription of a doctor and under his supervision. And if such an appointment is, it is not just possible, but it is also absolutely necessary. By the way, they also assure that Wobenzym does not have any negative impact on the growth and development of the fetus, and even on the contrary - it is beneficial.
Reviews of pregnant women about Wobenzima are mostly positive. Women argue that, indeed, after his admission, they began to feel better and safely endured healthy children. But there is another kind of experience, when this preparation not only did not show any improvement, but there was a noticeable deterioration in the condition, including the strongest allergic reactions. Well, everything, of course, is individual. And in the annotation to the drug indicated that this is possible. But it is better, of course, to make every effort to not need any modulators, stimulants and other "harmless" drugs.
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How to take Wobenzym during pregnancy
Once again, note that Wobenzym can only be taken if you are prescribed by a doctor. And then keep in mind, that it is possible only after a thorough medical examination of the pregnant woman with the delivery of all necessary tests.
If you are prescribed Wobenzym, then certainly indicate the dosage and the way the drug is used. Usually, take 3 tablets 3 times a day for 40 minutes before meals. The medicine must be washed down with plenty of water.
Among the contraindications to the use of Wobenzima - a violation of blood coagulability. If you have this problem, you should definitely tell the doctor who is leading you, even if he does not prescribe any medications for you. In pregnancy, this diagnosis is very important.