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Pregnancy and Amoxicillin
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An_248824 posted:
I'm 8 months pregnant and my general/family doctor gave me Amoxicillin. I was wondering if it's going to affect my baby and is it safe?
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beckie_33 responded:
Amoxicillin should be safe to take while pregnant. I was given the antibiotic while pregnant and my baby is fine.
 
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Robert O Atlas, MD responded:
The other individual is absolutely correct. Amoxicillin is considered a safe medication/antibiotic to take during pregnancy.

The question is what are you taking it for. Sinus infections, great medication. for urinary tract infections, not so much any more.
 
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An_250309 replied to Robert O Atlas, MD's response:
I had my first scan done on 5 week 2 days and the scan reports are:[br>v small perisac collection seen[br>gravid uterus shows a single gestational sac in uterine cavity [br>GS:11.6 mm GA: 5W 2d[br>No foetal pole seen as yet[br>both adenexae are free[br>no fluid in POD[br>[br>What does these things mean?? please explain? i am so much worried [br>[br>Thankyou


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