Buzzing Ears Accompanied By Vertigo In Pregnant Women?

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Morning, I want to ask … Sister I’m pregnant already in the 7th month. Currently he is experiencing buzzing ears, coughing and vertigo. Doctors prescribe medicines for cefat, bisolvon, betaserc and neurobion forte are they safe for pregnant women? like betaserc drugs containing antihistamines. Information please, thank you

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A history of 7 months of pregnancy, and complaints of coughing, dizziness, or buzzing ears, are likely a coughing process accompanied by dizziness or buzzing ears. When coughing, complaints to the ear (such as buzzing, ear pain, runny ears or decreased hearing) may accompany, and ultimately can affect the condition of the body's stamina and balance of the patient's body, especially when the patient is in pregnancy. Therefore, to control these comorbid complaints, patients should immediately consult and get recovery treatment from this cough complaint, so that other comorbid complaints will soon improve and recover.
If the pregnant woman has done an examination and the family doctor or obstetrician provides treatment to help this recovery, then the patient can continue the treatment that has been given, because in general, the doctor will provide safe treatment and treatment for pregnant or nursing women. Thus, the drugs you mentioned are generally safe and can be consumed by pregnant women. As long as the patient does not have a history of allergy to the composition of the drug, the treatment that has been given can be continued.
While related to betahistine in one of the active ingredients of the drug you mentioned, that there is not much evidence of this drug research on pregnant or nursing mothers. There is not enough research data to provide information on the presence or absence of risks or side effects to pregnant women, whether related to the risk of fetal growth, or the risk of infant growth after delivery. This drug can be used in pregnancy, as long as the benefits to the clinical condition of the patient outweigh the possible side effects. Therefore, while taking this drug, the treating doctor can still provide supervision for the patient during the patient's period of care or treatment.
And if, the patient or pregnant woman has comorbid complaints after taking medication, then the patient should consult directly with the treating doctor or obstetrician. The doctor will do a physical examination and examination of pregnancy and conduct treatment evaluation that has been given. This will help prevent side effects during the pregnancy.
Henceforth, the patient should restore his stamina and health condition with adequate rest and avoid physical fatigue and avoid sleeping late, thus, the condition of stamina and health will gradually improve.
Thus the info we can convey.
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