Treatment For Shortness Of Breath During Pregnancy
Hello, I want to ask what medicines are safe for pregnant women before my mother used 4 mg salbutamol and 4 mg alleron
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First of all, you should first explain what symptoms your mother is experiencing right now, what history your mother has, for what reason your mother is taking salbutamol and chlorpheniramine maleate, whether the drug is prescribed by a doctor who is always treating your mother , and how exactly is your mother's current pregnancy?
Basically pregnant women are strongly advised to pay attention to drugs and supplements consumed. If it is not really needed, then the drug is not recommended to be given to pregnant women. To find out what medication is needed by your mother, it is necessary to know in advance the diagnosis of your mother's disease, and to find out the diagnosis of the disease, medical interviews, physical examinations, and if necessary also must be carried out supporting investigations. Therefore, we cannot judge whether the medication taken by your mother is appropriate or not or what drug is right for your mother to take (because you also did not mention what symptoms your mother experienced).
However, you need to know that Salbutamol is a hard drug that should not be taken if your mother has not seen a doctor directly and should not be purchased without a prescription from a doctor. Chlorpheniramine maleate (Alleron) is indeed classified as a free over-the-counter drug (a drug with a blue circle label) that can be purchased freely. This drug can be used to treat allergic reactions (can be allergic rhinitis, atopic dermatitis, urticaria, etc.). This drug is also classified as safe for consumption by pregnant women, but of course it still must be consumed as indicated.
If indeed your mother has never done a doctor's examination and take the drugs themselves (without doctor's instructions), you should immediately stop using them. Perform an examination to the obstetrician if indeed your mother is experiencing certain symptoms that are annoying (for example shortness of breath) to get further examination and management according to your mother's condition.
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