Can A Mole Surgery During Pregnancy?

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Good afternoon, … Can I do surgery on pregnant women ?? Like the removal of a mole under the eye, the thing is I am worried that since I was pregnant the mole under my eye is getting bigger, .. Thank you,

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The procedure for removing flies can be done with techniques such as laser or cauterization performed by a skin specialist or competent doctor. Premedication before the procedure in the form of local anesthesia generally uses topical lidocaine. Lidocaine is included in class B in the safety category in pregnancy, meaning that it is not harmful to the fetus in studies of animal subjects. Generally, drugs class A and B can be given to pregnant women, as long as it still meets the indications. Inform your pregnant condition of the doctor who serves the removal of your moles, so that the drugs given both topical and drinking are certain to be safe for both mother and fetus.


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