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Analginum during pregnancy

Analginum, as a rule, is used for pain of various kinds, and many doctors consider it absolutely safe. However, this is not the case. It has a huge number of contraindications and side effects. Every woman knows that absolutely any medication during pregnancy is undesirable.

Can the analgin be pregnant?

Almost all gynecologists answer this question negatively. Analginum during pregnancy is contraindicated, as well as during the feeding of the child. Its use is allowed in extremely rare cases and in a small dosage. Pregnant women should take   Painkillers during pregnancy alone without consulting a doctor is strictly prohibited. The thing is that the components of this pain medication during pregnancy easily pass through the placenta, getting to the baby.

Recent studies suggest that even a single dose of analgin has a negative effect on the hematopoietic system, and this drug is potentially dangerous for kidney function, its administration can cause anaphylactic shock. When it is said about taking the drug pregnant, then in the same risk group is the fetus. Therefore, all the side effects and risks associated with its reception, concern both mother and child.

The process of absorption of analgin occurs in the gastrointestinal tract. After that, it penetrates into the blood, and thence to the liver and tissues, where it decomposes and is excreted in the urine. Analgin has the property to penetrate well through the placenta and stand out with the mother's milk. In addition, a group of drugs, which includes analgin, when used systematically causes the appearance of edema. There is an opinion that lingering analgesin during pregnancy , causes changes in the cardiovascular system of the fetus. However, there is no exact confirmation of this information, since it is impossible to know whether the pathologies are directly caused by taking analgin.

In what cases can I take analgin during pregnancy?

In fact, analgin does not have mutagenic (changes in heredity) and teratogenic (birth defects) effects on the fetus. Its use is allowed in the 2nd trimester (from 13 to 24 weeks), solely as prescribed by the doctor with dental or headache, hepatic colic, joint and muscle pains, against light frostbites and burns.

Contraindications of taking analgesin during pregnancy:

1. The first twelve weeks of pregnancy (I trimester), because at this time there is an active bookmark of the child's internal organs and absolutely any, even a safe drug, can disrupt the whole process. In the period from 12 to 24 weeks, the laying and formation of the internal organs of the fetus is over, and the placenta protects the child from getting into it toxic substances. Therefore, according to the indications of the attending physician, taking of analgin in small doses is allowed.

2. The last 6 weeks of pregnancy. During this period of pregnancy, taking analgin can affect the formation of platelets in the blood. And since it is the platelets responsible for the normal coagulation of blood, their deficiency can cause bleeding in childbirth. In addition, taking analgin also affects the number of leukocytes produced (responsible for immunity) and prostaglandins (responsible for the contractile work of the uterus). This can cause a weak labor activity, as well as the development of infectious and inflammatory diseases in the body of a woman.

3. Violation of the function of the liver or kidney in a pregnant woman , low blood pressure, blood diseases, as well as individual intolerance to the components of analgin.

Remember that analgin does not heal, but only temporarily relieves pain and reduces fever. This he is good. However, both pain and fever are symptoms of a particular disease. And you can not delay treatment with it, especially at such a crucial moment.

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