Take Paracetamol During Pregnancy?
Good evening, I want to ask, I am promising, but my condition is less fit and fever, what can I do if I take promulence in taking paracetamol?
Good evening Shinta, thank you for asking on HealthReplies.com.
Paracetamol is a drug that belongs to the group of analgesic (pain relievers) and antipyretic (fever-lowering) drugs whose main functions, such as the name of the group, are to help reduce pain and also help reduce fever. This drug is generally safe enough to be used by anyone, from infants to adults, including pregnant and nursing mothers.
This drug itself in general needs special attention in its use only in certain groups of people such as people with liver disorders, kidney disorders, alcohol users who have long and several other conditions. This drug is also not recommended for use only for people with severe liver and kidney damage and who have a history of allergy to the drug paracetamol. Regardless of these circumstances, the use of these drugs is permitted but still must be in accordance with the recommended dosage, both according to the doctor's recommendations and the recommendations listed on the packaging.
Although this drug is safe enough to use, but still consult in advance about its use with your doctor to ascertain whether you are indeed allowed to take the drug or not, because there are several drugs that can interact with this paracetamol drug, so a good evaluation is needed first about your condition and also the drugs that you are taking, whether it will be bad or not if you take the drug during the pregnancy program.
I hope this helps.