The Use Of Thrombo Aspilet Drugs?
Sorry to ask .. nDrug or vitamin thrombo aspilet is good for pregnant women to drink? NSy got a prescription from Dr. Obstetrician. However, after I had seaching, it turned out that it was for circulation and heart. This is my first pregnancy doctor, so is it okay to drink or consume it during pregnancy. Meanwhile, at this time my pregnancy is 5 weeks, doctor .. nThank you, please answer
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The drug that you mentioned contains acetylsalicylic acid or it can also be called aspirin and can work as a fever, pain reliever, inflammation reliever and inhibits blood clots so that it is true as you say, this drug can be useful for blood circulation and the heart.
With these various functions, doctors can prescribe aspirin to treat headaches, toothaches, colds, flu, swelling, reduce fever, and in postoperative patients. Regarding your question, the use of this drug for pregnant women falls into category C, where human studies are not yet available, but in animals it can cause abnormalities in the fetus. This drug can still be given with great care and under close supervision by a doctor.
So for a solution, first you have to make sure about the reason your doctor gave you the drug. Have you previously complained of fever, headache, or pain in another area that your doctor prescribes aspirin. Because if so, there are many other drugs that tend to be safer for pregnant women than aspirin. Meanwhile, if the reason your doctor prescribes this drug is because you have a history of blood clots, heart problems, the possibility of miscarriage and so on that only need this drug, then it means that it does not matter if you take it.
If so far your doctor has not conveyed anything, our advice is to avoid misunderstanding, you should return to clarify with your obstetrician about your findings, the potential dangers this drug can cause, what are the indications for giving it to you and what diseases he found so that You must take the drug. In the meantime, we don't think it's a problem if you continue to take the drug as directed by your doctor, but you still have to check with the doctor who treats you immediately. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa