... issues everyone is telling.me I.am.going.to.lose.my baby to the state is this true?
That's baloney. Your ob knows what he's doing. Norcos are relatively safe if something is needed for pain. They baby could have a little withdrawal if you take more then he prescribes. Be sure you tell them when you go to have the baby that you had it prescribed, so there aren't issues.
If you bought them off the street, and were addicted and your baby had withdrawals after birth then you might be in some trouble. Since your DR PRESCRIBED them, it is a totally different story. A few Norco, at this point, is not going to hurt your baby but you want to take them ONLY when you need them and ONLY in the amounts the Dr ordered, following directions to a tee. Do this and you will have no problems. Your Dr will not give them to you in amounts that are harmful and since they are prescribed, "the state" can do NOTHING... It is only a problem if you get them and take them illegally, without a prescription. So you have nothing to worry about as long as they are prescribed. Do you really think your OB would do something to cause you or your baby harm? I think not. You are getting advice from people who have no idea what they are talking about.
- Norco Information for Consumers
- Norco Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Norco (detailed)
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