Medication For Pregnant Women?
Good afternoon, I’m 8 months pregnant my baby’s breech position, and the same doctor I was given a prescription drug inlacta. ??? When I buy blindness again empty Are there any plus nulacta plus the same thing ??? thank you
Thank you for the question.
The two drugs that you mentioned have more or less the same drug content, namely fish oil, EPA / DHA, and vitamin E. While for the drug you are buying, there are additional ingredients that are folic acid and mint leaf oil. The drug is a supplement for pregnant and lactating women who have vitamins and minerals that are good for fetal growth and development. Fish oil and EPA / DHA can help the development of the brain and nervous system, vitamin E to counteract free and increase immunity, and folic acid which is very important to protect the fetal nervous system, and prevent anemia in the mother. As well as mint leaf oil is an additional ingredient where the taste and aroma can reduce nausea and vomiting.
These supplements are good for consumption by pregnant women, but are not the main treatment for breech fetal positions. Your doctor may advise you to make movements that can 'rotate' the baby's position such as prostration, and you can read this article about the steps in sports that you can take for handling breech fetuses. Do not forget to continue to control the condition of pregnancy to your obstetrician to monitor the development of the position of the fetus before delivery.
Hopefully this information can be useful and hopefully the condition of the mother and fetus is always healthy.