Category Archives: Medication in pregnancy

Treatment of urinary tract infection in pregnancy

A couple of useful points from a BMJ article: Nitrofurantoin is now considered safe in all three trimesters, but not at term; it can increase the risk of haemolysis Trimethoprim is considered safe after the first trimester Amoxicillin and cefalexin … Continue reading

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Management of psychotropic drugs during pregnancy

Good news – it seems that many of the problems initially thought to be related to taking antidepressants during pregnancy (cardiac problems, autism) are, in fact, probably due to risk factors related to the underlying illness. Since psychiatric illness is … Continue reading

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