4 Nov 2009
During pregnancy, there is an increased risk of complications from influenza, including swine flu, especially in the last 3 months of pregnancy.
The drugs used to treat swine flu, including Tamiflu, have not been around for very long, so there is little data (as of Nov 09). According to many sources, they have been used by pregnant women, and have not been found to harm mothers or their babies.
You should always consult your doctor before taking any medications while pregnant.
More about swine flu medications here...
- Tamiflu Information for Consumers
- Tamiflu Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Tamiflu (detailed)
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1 answer • 15 Aug 2009
... local hospital. They were told she has the symptoms of the swine flu, but they had no test to confirm. How would you know if she has it or not
1 answer • 11 Oct 2009
Swine Influenza - I've heard of a few people being kept in quarantine after being diagnosed with it?
... My daughter was just given Tamiflu and was told that her sister can go to school. I don't get it? Why does one doctor do things one way and ...
1 answer • 16 Oct 2009
I've seen some press recently which may indicate that Tamiflu is not safe for kids.
1 answer • 3 Nov 2009