Take Medicine For Toothache When You Don’t Know You’re Pregnant?
Morning…rnI want to ask first on April 13th, I took a 2x test pack (morning and afternoon) the results were positive, and the last day of my period was March 11th, then I took another test pack on April 17th and it was positive too. Does it really indicate pregnancy? But what I’m worried about is that during the month of March, I was actively taking toothache medicine continuously (antibiotics, cataflam, etc.) because I didn’t know I was pregnant and my teeth were very sore, what are the effects and what should I do?
Testpack is a simple pregnancy test method which detects the presence of the pregnancy hormone (B hCG) in the urine. A positive result means that there is an increase in pregnancy hormones. You can read about other pregnancy symptoms that you may experience on this page.
However, a positive result can also be caused by other conditions such as pregnancy wine, pregnancy outside the womb, malignancy and others. It's a good idea to check with your doctor, especially an obstetrician to get a more complete history and additional examinations such as ultrasound to determine whether there is a pregnancy or something else.
Medications that were given to you before, may indeed be needed to overcome what you are experiencing. And it takes the type of drug given to determine whether it affects your pregnancy or not. You can consult your doctor at once to check what you are experiencing.
I hope this helps.