Aa
MedHelp.org will cease operations on May 31, 2024. It has been our pleasure to join you on your health journey for the past 30 years. For more info, click here.
Aa
A
A
A
Close
Avatar universal

Is my girl safe

My girlfriend took gynaecosid and ampiclox bcham weeks ago after we found out she was six weeks pregnant, I’ve changed my mind and want her to keep it but she recently started complaining of serious stomachache and dizziness, she can’t stand for too long, she can’t sit for too long and she’s mostly always sleeping to help her relieve the pain. Any idea if this is the result of the pills I made her take? And if so what can I do to alleviate the pain
1 Responses
Sort by: Helpful Oldest Newest
973741 tn?1342342773
This is the answer I put on your journal: I think after you take the medication to induce abortion it is likely too late to change one's mind. But in looking up what she took, it sounds like those are antibiotics. An infection, medications can affect a pregnancy although that doesn't mean you shouldn't treat it. The medication she took is not contraindicated during pregnancy meaning there isn't a proven link to issues. Did her doctor know she was pregnant when she took it? Did she tell her doctor? Pregnant women are prescribed this even though there is limited studies on it. Miscarriage is quite common at this stage in her pregnancy. One out of 4 pregnancies ends in miscarriage.

I think also, does your girlfriend want the baby? She really needs to be the one to decide.
Helpful - 0

You are reading content posted in the Pregnancy Community

Top Pregnancy Answerers
13167 tn?1327194124
Austin, TX
Learn About Top Answerers
Popular Resources
Get information and tips on how to help you choose the right place to deliver your baby.
Get the facts on how twins and multiples are formed and your chance of carrying more than one baby at a time.
Learn about the risks and benefits of circumcision.
What to expect during the first hours after delivery.
Learn about early screening and test options for your pregnancy.
Learn about testing and treatment for GBS bacterium.