Anemia Medication In Pregnant Women?
I am pregnant 22 weeks ago … I have a HB 10.1 Doctor Obgyn gave Vit Biosanbe at a dose of 1 times a day. specialist in internal medicine … d 9.5 hb lab tests give vit biosanbe at a dose of 3 times a day … all I ask is what dose should I take
Anemia in pregnant women is one of the complications that need to be treated. Pregnant women are said to be anemic if Hb is less than 11 in trimesters 1 and 3 or if Hb is less than 10.5 in trimester 2.
Symptoms of anemia in pregnant women include fatigue, dizziness, pale skin, shortness of breath, and palpitations. To ensure anemia can be done with a blood test. Anemia during pregnancy can cause various complications, and therefore anemia should be treated as much as possible. Treatment of anemia in pregnant women is by giving iron supplements, folic acid, improving daily nutritional intake, to transfusion if anemia is severe and requires faster repair.
The supplements you mentioned contain iron, manganese, folic acid, vitamin C, cyanocobalamin, and sorbitol. This supplement can be used to help overcome anemia, supplementation of pregnancy and breastfeeding, supplementation in the elderly, or in conditions of malnutrition.
Regarding the dosage, you should follow the advice of the doctor who last examined you. If you are in doubt, I suggest checking again with your obstetrician and internist who treats you about the dosage because both doctors are more familiar with your current condition.
Hope it helps you,