Is It Safe To Take Paracetamol And Ibuprofen And Nosebleeds When Pregnant At 39 Weeks?
now I have nosebleeds 2xrnAfternoon and midnightrnD I’ve been coughing for 3 days now, I’m sneezing and lethargicrnrnDon’t go to the doctor dkshrnAmbroxol 3x1rn Same with iremax 3x1r nrnIs it safe to take the medicine?rnShould I check with a spog doctor?rnrnI just checked with the midwifernAfter I can’t stand the cough
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Nosebleeds are the discharge of blood from the nose and can be caused by high blood pressure, sneezing too hard, rubbing the nose too hard, and in people with certain blood disorders.
Regarding your case, the second drug that you mentioned contains paracetamol and ibuprofen, where these drugs have a higher level of vigilance when consumed by pregnant women. Our advice, you should check yourself with a gynecologist by bringing your medicine to be examined directly by a specialist, whether the drug can be continued or should be replaced. It's the same with your nosebleed, further examination is needed to make sure the nosebleed is not a sign of an emergency in pregnancy.
Meanwhile, our advice is that you start paying attention to signs of labor such as ruptured membranes, a feeling of tightness that starts frequently and regularly, as well as bleeding, considering your gestational age is quite old. Eat lots of high-nutrient foods and drink water, get enough rest and don't do too much activity. May your pregnancy and child birth go smoothly.
So, hopefully useful.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa