Use Of Betas Ointment During Pregnancy?
Itching in the groin is quite often experienced by women, especially during pregnancy or during menstruation. The combination of factors between hot and humid weather, heavy sweating, use of underwear that does not absorb sweat, and hormonal changes, facilitates infection. Infection can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. The symptoms are similar although the reasons are different. Generally symptoms include itching, redness or blackness, stinging, can be accompanied by vaginal discharge, sometimes blisters and scratching arise. Not all types of itching can be overcome with the ointment above. It is important to consult with a doctor before starting any drug treatment.
Avoid buying drugs that are labeled red circle or written in the letter K. The drug means hard medicine and must be purchased by a doctor's prescription. The ointment you use contains corticosteroids which are not supposed to be used carelessly by pregnant women. Its use is only as indicated and under the supervision of a doctor. It is true that there may be a risk of fetal disability, but of course this is not 100% certain. Doctors are still obliged to notify the possibilities that can arise, even though it is not certain to occur. There is no specific action you can take. The next prevention is, avoid using or taking medication without a doctor's prescription. Considering your pregnancy is already 27 weeks old, the expectation is at that age, the probability of disability is lower. However, always control your pregnancy regularly with your doctor, so that if a problem occurs, it can be treated immediately.
Hopefully this explanation can help you. Regards.