What is the name of pregnancy avoid medicine name ?

What is the name of pregnancy avoid medicine name ?

Ranjit kullu asked on 23 Aug '17 at 17:11

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Ranjit kullu answer on 23 Aug '17 at 17:20

Me ek mahine ki pregnancy ko kaise rokungi us dawa ka k ya naam hai ? Pleas give me information.

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Divine oubliette answer on 10 May '11 at 03:53

If you are in India . . . You should know abortion is legal in India, you guys could go to a clinic. If you are just gonna buy the pills though . . . A detailed how-to information on medical abortion - the safest and most effective method of self-induced abortion is available at --- There are several websites that offer the medical abortion pharmaceuticals online for sale, however many of them are suspect or proven to take your money, but not send the pills or send pills that do not contain the medical abortion medicines mifepristone and misoprostol. The best and safest way a woman can do an abortion herself until the 9th week of pregnancy is with the use of two medicines called Mifepristone (also known as the abortion pill, RU 486, Mifegyn, Mifeprex), and Misoprostol (also known as Cytotec, Arthrotec, Oxaprost , Cyprostol, Mibetec, Prostokos or Misotrol) Women on Waves advice regarding how to obtain misoprostol: "The brand names for Misoprostol are Cytotec and Arthrotec and Oxaprost or Cyprostol , Prostokos or Misotrol. Sometimes it is sold over the counter without a prescription. Sometimes a prescription is asked. It is less likely that one would need a prescription for Arthrotec. Misoprostol is used prevents gastric ulcers '''Cytotec and Cyprostol and Mibetec or Misotrol', Prostokos'' are brand names for Misoprostol. Arthrotec and Oxaprost contains Misoprostol and a painkiller called Diclofenac, It is used for pain in the joints, or arthritis. Arthrotec is generally more expensive than Cytotec. - Cytotec (200g Misoprostol) - Cyprostol - Misotrol - Mibetec - Gymiso (200g Misoprostol) - Prostokos (25g Misoprostol) - Vagiprost (25g Misoprostol) - Arthrotec 50 or 75 (200g Misoprostol) - Oxaprost 50 or 75 (200g Misoprostol) To obtain one these medicines, one could for example say that your grandmother has rheumatoid arthritis so severely she can not go to the pharmacy herself, and that you do not have money to pay for a doctor to get the prescriptions for the tablets. If there are problems to get the medicines in one pharmacy, try another pharmacy, or a male friend or partner might have fewer problems obtaining them. Or, perhaps you can find a doctor willing to prescribe them. Usually one can expect more luck at the smaller pharmacies that do not belong to a chain. Sometimes Cytotec can also be bought on the black market (places where you can also buy Marijuana). However try to make sure that is really is Misoprostol and not fake or some other medicine! The woman should buy at least 12 pills of 200 mcg Misoprostol. One pill of Cytotec or Arthrotec should contain 200 micrograms of Misoprostol. Look for the dosage of Misoprostol on the package, usually the tablets contain 200 mcg but other dosages do excist. If the pills do not contain 200 micrograms of Misoprostol, recalculate the number of pills so that the same total amount of Misoprostol is used. " If you are in the US or the UK, email me and I can point you in the right direction for an aboriton. Good luck ~Pro-Choice Momma; Have had an abortion and I have a 12 month old daughter . I believe in protecting my daughter's choice. Abortion: There is a Consensus ---

Mommy to 3 great kids! answer on 10 May '11 at 11:27

When doctors decide on what medicine to give you, they weight the pro's and con's of the medicine. Also when you say that is can be harmful this means that they did a test and most likely 1 out of 400,000 babies had something wrong when they were born, even if it had nothing to do with the medicine they still have to put that caution on there. If you don't treat it your going to be in pain and i don't recommend doing that. Talk to your doctor but again he knows your pregnant and if he thought it would hurt the baby he wouldn't give it to you in the first place. Good Luck!

Nick james answer on 10 May '11 at 12:58

While the general consensus is only from the fifth or sixth week of conception, how early can you get pregnancy symptom is a query many pregnant women answer on their own. Many of them say they feel symptoms within the first two weeks after conception after which they confirm their suspicions through a pregnancy test. A universal indicator of how early can you get pregnant symptom are sore breasts. Breasts may begin to be sore and tender to the touch even before the time of the period, so you can rely on this sign to tell you whether or not you may be pregnant. Headaches and feeling sickly are two other signs of how early can you get pregnancy symptom. Headaches are frequent in early pregnancy but are rarely serious. If you get an occasional headache, you could ask your physician about taking the medicine acetaminophen when the head begins to hurt. You can feel sickly throughout the day with nausea and an extreme tiredness in your bones. All you want to do then is go on a liquid diet and stay in bed all day (and night). The feeling that you are sore all over may persist right from the beginning of your having conceived. Medical evidence announces that it isn't possible until after a missed period in order for the hormones to build up and cause the symptoms. However, from the personal experiences of many pregnant women, they begin to sense that they are pregnant with the sixth instinct that hints there is another being inside them now. Sometimes it makes sense to trust your own instincts and your bodies' signs and take it from there. You are pregnant when your stomach hurts, your breast feel sore and you experience nausea, some movements in the stomach tell you there is something there, and you feel the aches and strains of your body sooner than usual. Meaning, these are the body's wake-up call to announce your pregnancy without a doctor having confirmed it. Pregnancy symptoms can vary in their intensity, frequency and duration. How early can you get pregnant symptoms is only a guideline. Why you may be confused is because many of the earliest pregnancy symptoms can appear similar to routine pre-menstrual discomforts. Suppose, you are not trying to conceive, you might think it is just your period coming on again, when in reality you may be experiencing very early signs of pregnancy. At the same time, if you are trying to conceive, you may be frustrated when you think you may be experiencing early symptoms of pregnancy but in reality experiencing only pre-menstrual symptoms. It is sometimes that hard to tell the difference between early pregnancy symptoms and the indications that you may be menstruating soon. How early can you get pregnancy symptoms may also include a wide variety of physical and emotional changes. These may include any or all of the pregnancy symptoms listed above. Although each of these are considered typical early symptoms of pregnancy, they may happen earlier or later than the order in which they are usually put forth. By paying careful attention to these, you can detect how early can you get pregnancy symptoms.

Krish answer on 16 Jul '11 at 16:08

Our tips care you like mother. As we know how important is mother and we understand responsibility of mother so leave all your worry on us and go through useful information and learn to make yourself    mother.
Menstruation is a monthly cyclic, physiological shedding of internal lining of uterine cavity due to invisible interplay of female hormones. In simple terms, it is a regular monthly bleeding which a woman experiences. The first menstruation occurs usually at the age of 12 – 15 years. It is also called as ‘menarche’. Fertilization is a process of meeting (after mating) of the sperm with a mature egg. It begins with sperm egg collision and ends with a formation of life called zygote (single mononucleotide cell mass). The ovum immediately following ovulation is picked up by the fibril end of the fallopian tube and is rapidly transported to the ampullary part of the tube. The fertile period is period around ovulation, during which if relations are kept, the chances of pregnancy are high. In order to improve the chances of pregnancy, it is important to understand how to calculate the fertile .

Pregnancy is divided into three Quarter (three months). The first and the last quarters are times of extra precaution for the mother-to-be, since the baby is at the most vulnerable at these times. First month starts with the implanting of the embryo in the lining of the uterus. Second month embryo begins to grow in length. By the end of the second month, it is almost an inch long. Embryo in the third month is technically called the fetus. The fetus is now longer and the external features begin to be distinguished.Mother may feel the baby's first kick during fourth month. The baby continues to grow and needs more nutrition. Fifth is a month of rapid growth for the baby. The baby gains maximum length and weight in this month. Sixth month, the baby's skin has an old wrinkled look to it even though fat deposits under the skin start to form. The baby is too young to be born at this time. The baby weighs about two and a half pounds in the beginning of seventh month and is viable to be born, though still very premature. Eight month, the baby is fully formed now and is only undergoing cosmetic changes. Ninth month, the baby is in a perfect condition to be born. The lungs are able to sustain breathing on their own.

Tips to prevent nausea and morning sickness:

  • Eat more often but smaller amounts. Try not to go more than four hours between eating.

  • Get out of bed slowly

  • Keep biscuits handy to eat before getting out of bed

  • Avoid large meals

  • Rest as much as you can as feeling tiredness makes the feeling worse

  • Try to avoid smells and food that make you feel worse

  • Clean, lemony smells may make you feel better

  • Avoid eating spicy or fatty foods

  • Try to wear loose clothes that don't put pressure on your stomach

After Delivery, Many parents these days prefer to buy organic cotton baby clothes, rather than regular industrial clothes, since it supports a healthier environmentBabies need many important tests and procedures to ensure their health. Delaying further medical care will preserve the precious few moments of life for you, your partner and the baby. A baby who has not been poked and prodded may be more willing to nurse and cuddle. So before delivery, talk to your doctor or midwife about delaying shots, medicine and tests. The first few days at home after having your baby are a time for rest and recuperation, physically and emotionally. You need to focus your energy on yourself and on getting to know your new baby. Even though you may be very excited and have requests for lots of visits from family and friends, try to get as much rest as possible. Try to lie down or nap while the baby naps. Don't try to do too much around the house. Allow others to help you and don't be afraid to ask for help with cleaning, laundry, meals, or with caring for the baby



Krish g answer on 09 Jun '12 at 12:49

new research presented at the Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, which looked at more than 16,000 women, suggests that the risk for complications is less than five percent, says Joshua Weiss, M.D., a clinical fellow of maternal-fetal medicine at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, and lead author of the study. Spotting occurs in about 30 percent of women in their first trimesters. "I get calls from women about this all the time," says Isabel Blumberg, M.D., an ob/gyn in private practice in New York City. Bleeding that occurs early on in pregnancy is usually lighter in flow than a menstrual period, and the color varies from red to brown. One common cause, says Dr. Blumberg, is implantation -- when the fertilized egg attaches to the uterine lining -- which can trigger a few days of bleeding, often before a woman knows that she's pregnant. Another is a cervical polyp, a harmless growth on the cervix which is more likely to bleed during pregnancy due to higher estrogen levels. And because there are an increased number of blood vessels in the tissue around the cervix during pregnancy, contact with this area (through loveual intercourse or a gynecological exam, for example), can result in bleeding.It's most common for women to experience spotting in early pregnancy, although bleeding can occur later in pregnancy too. It does not however always mean miscarriage although this is undeniably one of the possible causes. Generally, spotting during pregnancy appears as a lighter bleed that can be anything from light pink to brown in colour. It tends to resemble the bleeding experienced at the start or end of a menstrual period.