does the pregnant women can use all asthma medications
10 Sep 2009
there are numerous medications that you can take for asthma. i advice all pills are not taken during pregnancy unless you talked to ur doctor first. and if ur asthma is that bad to the point where u need an inhaler or the machine. then i would tell u that the albuteral inhaler is alright to take and the albuteral liquid medication that is put into the asthma machine is alright. those arent to strong, they are prescribed to children of all ages so it doesnt harm the baby as long as your not having the baby breath only that. i hope that this is helpful and i hope that your baby is healthy and beautiful. but all babies are our next living miracles so i bet he/she is or will be :]
27 Apr 2010
whatever you do dont take terbutaline while pregnant it has bad high risks for the baby. i know because i researched it bcuz i was on it for 9 weeks to help w/ contractions and was told it didnt have an affect on the baby. wrong it does and it can cause brain dammage,developmental delay,speech disorders,autism,and movement disorders. i found this out a little to late here recently and my sons has the developmental delay yr and has a speech articulaton disorder and also was diagnosed as mild retarded and its not in his dna and he has all the normal chromosomes of a male. so the only thing the lawyers and his service manager say couldof caused it is the meds. oh and your babys risks increase for autism if your pregnant w/twins. nifedipine is ok and has been ok'd and proven to stop contractions and i took that with my lasst pregnancy and hes almost 2 and a mr smarty pants,and doesnt have any speech,or development problems or delays. he is actually ahead on alot of things.
he already cleans up the living room and throws away his. own diapers. so please whatever you do dont take terbutaline also known as brethene
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