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ULY CLINIC

Dkt. Peter A, MD

19 Machi 2021 19:05:07

Didanosine na ujauzito

Didanosine na ujauzito

Kuna ripoti za ongezeko la hatari endapo la madhaifu ya kuzaliwa kwa kichanga endapo itatumika baada ya kipindi cha kwanza cha ujauzito, hata hivyo hatari ya kupata tatizo imepungua licha ya ongezeko la watumiaji. Theori zinasema kwamba endapo itatumika wakati wa kuchavushwa kwa yai, itafanya mimba isitungishwe kwa kuwa huwa sumu kijusi kwa wanyama, hii haijafanyiwa uchunguzi kwa binadamu. Hivyo endapo dawa hii iatapenekezwa kutumika, isisitishwe kwa sababu ya ujauzito.


Ushauri dhidi ya matumizi kwa mama mjamzito


Inapatana na ujauzito- faida kwa mama >>hatari kwa Kijusi-kichanga tumboni


Inapatana na ujauzito- faida kwa mama >>hatari kwa Kijusi-kichanga tumboni, ina maana gani?

Kunaweza kuwa au kutokuwa na uzoefu wa matumizi ya dawa hii kwa binadamu, lakini faida ni kubwa zaidi zikitumiwa na mama kuliko madhara yanayofahamika au kutofahamika kuwa yanaweza kutokea kwa kijusi-kichanganya tumboni. Kwa mama dawa zinazidi madhara yanayofahammika. Taarifa za uzazi kwa wanyama hazina mahusiano.


Ushauri wa matumizi kwa mama anayenyonyesha


Haipatani na unyonyeshaji


Haipatani na unyonyeshaji, ina maana gani?

Kunawezekana kuwa hakuna taarifa za uzoefu wa matumizi ya dawa hii kwa mama anayenyonyesha. Hata hivyo mkusanyiko wa taarifa zinaonyesha kuwa dawa huweza kuwa sumu kali kwa kichanga, au haishauriwi kunyonyesha endapo dawa itahitajika kutumika kwa mama mwenye anayehitajika kutumia dawa hii. Mama anatakiwa asinyonyeshe anapotumia dawa hii au akiwa na ugonjwa unaotakiwa kutumia dawa hii.

ONYO: Usitumie dawa yoyote bila ushauri wa daktari. Dawa zinaweza kuleta madhara mwilini na pia matumizi ya baadhi ya dawa pasipo ushauri na vipimo husababisha  vimelea kuwa sugu dhidi ya dawa hiyo.
ULY clinic inakushauri kuwasiliana na daktari wako unapotaka kuchukua maamuzi yoyote yanayohusu afya yako.
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Imeboreshwa,

1 Julai 2023 17:21:36

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