my wife is 38 week pregnant, her 36th week report and 13th week report showed minimal resistant of diastolic notch , but doctor said baby growth is good around 2.8 kg,, is c section necessary in this case. or she can deliver normal (my wife age is 33 yrs old
If your wife's ultrasound report shows minimal resistance to flow and expected baby weight is 2.8 kg and liquor ( amount of fluid around the baby is normal),she can deliver normally and trial of labour is recommended provided there are no other high risk factors like diabetes or high blood pressure.If during trial of labour ,the baby "s heart beat is not in normal range( normal is between 110-160 beats/min),then emergency caesarean should be done ... Read Full Answer
My wife drunk wine (2 pegs) in the night and morning 9AM she had the Femilon Tablet. She is getting vomitting in the evening at 5PM. Please help me to find out the problem is because of the drunk and tablet mixing?
Usually if drinks are taken in the night and tablet is taken in the morning, and if the patient vomits,it is not due to drink and the tablet mixing .
Your patient can repeat the dose of femilon if she vomitted after taking the tablet femilon ,within 20 minutes to half an hour of taking the tablet. ... Read Full Answer
Is drinking alcohol ok while consuming novaclox 500 and combiflam
As such there should be no reaction of alcohol with th drug.But since both combiflam and alcohol both cause gastric acidity so avoid alcohol just after having combiflam and don't drink empty stomach.
You can maintain some gap with novaclox also,although there should be no reaction. ... Read Full Answer
Hi, I am suffering from a UTI. I have been prescribed a dose of Martifur along with Moxif and Urispas. I have come to know that Martifur may cause pulmonary fibrosis. Is a course of Martifur over a week sufficiently harmful to cause pulmonary fibrosis? Should I continue taking Martifur or consult my doctor for some alternative medicine? My age is 25years, I have been taking these medicines for two days.
The side effect is not very common and specially in young people so you can take the drug to complete the course of the treatment.The drug is very effective although not given routinely these days but still no problems with drug and you can complete your treatment course for now. ... Read Full Answer