Consumption Of Vitamins For Pregnant Women For Those Who Have Never Had An Intimate Relationship?
Night,. I’m Henny, 22 years old. I have had asthma since I was young. Yesterday recurred and I was given drugs, one of which was solvitral. I search on Google, solvitral is a vitamin for pregnant women, while I am not married or sorry, I have never had sexual relations. So, what are the benefits of solvitral medication for non-pregnant women?
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Need to be clarified, what asthma symptoms do you experience?
Asthma is a recurring disease characterized by shortness of breath, additional breath sounds (wheezing), and coughing. When an attack arises, sufferers can panic enough, causing other complaints, such as palpitations, excessive sweating, and so on. This condition needs to be dealt with quickly and precisely so that the patient can return to normal activities as usual.
Handling asthma attacks is done with a variety of approaches. First of all, doctors will generally provide oxygen therapy coupled with administration of asthma attacks. Next, vital signs and general condition of the patient will be assessed to assess symptom improvement. If it is felt the patient has returned to stable, sufferers will generally be allowed to go home equipped with several types of drugs, namely asthma control drugs (to prevent recurrence) and other drugs tailored to complaints that arise.
The drug you mentioned contains vitamins and minerals, such as ferro fumarate, calcium, pantothenic acid, vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitami D, manganese sulfate, cupric sulfate, calcium, zinc sulfate, iodine, and magnesium. indeed, these drugs are generally given as supplementation to women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or currently in a pregnancy planning program. But actually, the consumption of this drug in women who have not been pregnant, has never had sex, and not married even though it is not dangerous if there are medical indications that require it.
Without conducting a physical examination directly on you, we are not authorized to assess, whether the doctor's treatment given to you is right, or not. However, we suggest, consult this directly with your doctor or specialist in internal medicine who prescribes it. The doctor who examined you directly certainly knows more about the indications of giving the drug to you. When in doubt, don't hesitate to ask for a second opinion by going to another doctor, okay?
I hope this helps.