Studies prove the drug flu does not endanger the fetus in the womb
The fetus will not be threatened danger when the mother consumes flu remedies while pregnant, according to a study involving approximately 700,000 female, on Wednesday (01/03).
It is the largest study that measures potential risk taking oseltamivir or zanamivir (commonly known as Relenza and Tamiflu) – the two main drug to treat flu infections are serious – during pregnancy, says the author.
The team compared the almost 6,000 pregnant women in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and France provided recipes oseltamivir or zanamivir between 2008 to 2010, with nearly 700,000 other expectant mothers are not mengonsumsinya.
Taking into account several factors such as age, smoking habits and the use of other drugs, the team found “no increased risk for adverse consequences” of one groupcompared with another.
It includes birth weight, premature birth, the baby died in the womb or congenital defects.
Instead, the team found that the children whose mother has ever given a prescription of Tamiflu or Relenza, a drug known as neuraminidase inhibitors, the fewer chances to experience a lack of weight gain.
The team was considering there are deficiencies in their study, including that they do not assess the risk to the child before the age of 22 weeks of pregnancy, and did not know whether the woman who got a recipe that is really mengonsumsinya, reported AFP.
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