Take Methisoprinol When Promil?
I want to ask … I want a pregnant program. I was given a doctor’s medication Isoprinksine Methisoprinol 500 mg. What medicine is this?
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Need to be clarified, are there certain complaints that you experience before going to the doctor? According to the doctor, are there certain diseases that you have?
Maybe you mean isisoprinosine methisoprinol.
Isoprinosine or methisoprinol are antiviral drugs that can be used to treat several types of viral diseases, such as genital herpes (caused by Herpes simplex virus) or genital warts (caused by Human Papillomavirus). This drug is certainly not prescribed purely because of the pregnancy program that you are currently undergoing. The doctor will only prescribe this drug if based on examination it is known that you have a viral infection, for example as mentioned above.
Genital herpes and genital warts are both viral infections that can be transmitted through direct contact, especially during sexual intercourse, whether oral, anal, or vaginal sex. Symptoms of genital herpes usually appear as blisters filled with fluid that appears to be clustered and reddish around it. Meanwhile, genital warts will appear as a lump that is rough gray or the same as skin that often gathers like cauliflower.
Both types of this disease deserve to be treated thoroughly, especially if you are undergoing a pregnancy program, so as not to cause a negative impact on fetal development, or also transmitted to the baby at birth later. Therefore, more specifically, we recommend that you consult directly with your doctor or obstetrician who prescribes the drug, yes.
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