Take Herbal Medicines To Treat Colds During Pregnancy?
Sorry, I want to ask, I am pregnant again for 3 months, now I am not feeling well on achy pains, because I caught a cold. Now my question is whether I can take medicine. TAKEN WIND herbs.
Hello Selli Aryanti,
Tolak Angin herbal is a herbal medicine that can be purchased freely which contains the main ingredients such as tjahe, mint leaves, clove leaves, ules wood, fennel and honey. Herbal remedies are believed to reduce the symptoms of nausea, flatulence, and chills.
Rejecting liquid wind can be taken 1-3 sachets per day. The side effects of wind resistance drugs are not yet known. The safety category for pregnant women is category N, which means that there are no known side effects on the fetus in pregnant women. This drug should only be taken if the benefits provided are appropriate and greater than the risks that might arise.
If you take a routine medication such as diabetes medication, calcium antagonistic hypertension drugs, estrogen therapy, you should first consult with your doctor whether you can take a wind or not. Because there are contents of the wind resistance that can cause interactions with these drugs.
Body aches are complaints that can arise during pregnancy. These complaints can be related to physiological changes in hormones of pregnant women or can also arise due to other diseases. If complaints of body aches are accompanied by complaints of high fever, excessive pain in the solar plexus, rashes on the skin, you should immediately consult yourself directly with your doctor.
To reduce body aches due to pregnancy you can do the following:
Bathing with warm water Doing yoga, pregnancy exercise Consumption of pain relievers that are safe for pregnant women, for example paracetamol Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.