Safe Treatment For Low Blood Sugar Accompanied By Hypertension And High Cholesterol In Nursing Mothers?
Afternoon doctor .. I want to ask what is a safe drug to increase low blood sugar, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, stomach for breastfeeding mothers? thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. It is a good decision to consider what drugs you can and cannot use while you are pregnant or breastfeeding. The reason is quite simple, some drugs can enter the fetus' bloodstream (if in pregnancy) and interfere with the pregnancy process, causing congenital abnormalities, birth defects, premature birth, and even fetal death. Likewise with breastfeeding mothers, drugs can enter breast milk and are consumed by the baby.
For this reason, every drug on the market must have a generic content that has been assessed by the FDA, or some sort of American Food and Drug Administration, which classifies each drug with letters A, B, C, D, and X. A is the most common drug classification. good and safe for pregnant women, B is the second best but needs supervision, until X is the one that should never be given because it will definitely have a bad impact. One more classification is N, which means that it has not been classified.
Unfortunately, we can't tell you a specific type of drug without doing a thorough check first, which will involve your medical history, age, triglyceride levels, how high the blood pressure is, and the like. Because the problem of medicine is very sensitive and it is too risky for misunderstanding and neglect to be conveyed just like that. Not to mention that several drugs may interact with each other, making the judgment even more complicated.
Therefore we recommend that you consult directly with your obstetrician or internal medicine doctor for this problem, convey your condition, and your concerns. This is very important because for some people, their blood pressure can reach 140/90 and is considered high, but it turns out that the high is just because they are stressed, lack of sleep, or have just done certain physical activities so they don't need medication. By getting checked directly, you can get a more complete and more appropriate treatment for your condition.
Meanwhile, avoid buying and using any medicine without a doctor's recommendation, and take care of your health by eating regularly, avoiding spicy, acidic, oily, fatty foods, caffeinated drinks, getting enough rest, drinking lots of water, and avoiding stress and cigarette smoke. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa