1317 results for "Pregnancy"

Pyloric Stenosis

There may also be an increase in infants who took erythromycin in the first weeks of life, or whose mothers took the antibiotic late in...
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Tricuspid Atresia

Some of these include mother who drinks, smokes, or has lupus, uncontrolled diabetes, or German measles during the pregnancy, a family history of congenital heart...
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Atrioventricular Canal Defect (ACD)

These include the pregnant mother contracting rubella, or German measles, in early pregnancy, Down's syndrome, diabetes. Other heavily discouraged behaviours during pregnancy,...
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Risperidone (Intramuscular)

Use during pregnancy and breastfeeding This drug is under FDA pregnancy category C. Taking any antipsychotic medication during the last three...
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Levonorgestrel (Intrauterine)

The devices release small amounts of Levonorgestrel regularly, which ensures it continually prevents against pregnancy. Due to this, the patient may...
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Norethindrone, Ethinyl Estradiol, and Ferrous Fumarate (Oral)

Overview Norethindrone, Ethinyl Estradiol, and Ferrous Fumarate are used in combination as a birth control pill, preventing pregnancy. When taken regularly and according...
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Ethinyl Estradiol and Etonogestrel (Vaginal)

Ethinyl estradiol and etonogestrel play a role in hormonal contraceptives using a vaginal ring to prevent pregnancy by stopping the release of eggs during ovulation....
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Hydroxyprogesterone (Intramuscular)

It is given to the patient weekly from between 16 to 20 weeks and 37 weeks of pregnancy, or until the baby is born....
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Dinoprostone (Vaginal)

This medication can also be used to terminate a pregnancy. Suppositories Used in the Termination of a Pregnancy: The doctor will...
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