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Nolvadex

...  It is known that this drug causes damage to developing fetuses and even birth defects. Trace amounts of generic Nolvadex can be found within breast milk and may have some adverse effect on a nursing infant. On that note, women who are pregnant, wish to be pregnant, or are breastfeeding should stay away from this medicine. Pregnancy tests are normally administered before one can buy Nolvadex  ...

Zithromax

...  sexually-transmitted diseases. If you are looking for an antibiotic to treat a major infection, then you should buy generic Zithromax online. It has also been used to prevent bacterial infections in infants, especially those who are found to have weaker immune systems. Generic Zithromax is administered through tablet or oral suspension and it usually comes in tablet form, although it has also  ...

Synthroid

...  or acquired hypothyroidism. It can come in tablet form, but these can be crushed and mixed with water or other solutions in order to give it to children easier. It may also be prescribed for infants in appropriate doses. The objective of managing a child’s symptom is to maintain regular physical and mental development. In order for this to be achieved, hypothyroidism must be  ...

Abensanil

...  women. It does not cause harm to the fetus, and though studies show that a minute amount of the medication could be excrete in the breast milk, it is tolerable and does not pose any threat to the infants. Reminders for Abensanil Users and to the Public Before taking Abensanil, take note of the medical history. Should there be any previous medical condition that could be serious, seek the  ...

Acamol

...  It does not cause any harmful effect on the development of the fetus, and even though there are traces of Acamol secreted on the breast milk, it does not have any reported harmful effect for the infants. Reminders to the Public and to those Taking Acamol Taking two or more medications that contain Acamol is highly discouraged. Unless the doctor says so, do not exceed from the recommended  ...

Baclofen

...  As a Pregnancy Category C drug, according to the FDA, there is some chances that some of the drug’s components may end up in a breastfeeding mother’s milk and from there, to the infant. Driving, operating heavy machinery, drinking and other types of activities that call for careful attention should not be performed while under the effects of the drug. Sleepiness, muscle  ...

Abboxide

...  made known to the doctor, and the intake of alcoholic beverages is best limited or altogether avoided by the patient. Warning For Certain Patients The application for Abboxide should be avoided in infants as it may cause hypothermia, temporary muscular hypotonia, and respiratory failure. Administration of Abboxide during pregnancy may drastically change the heart rate of the fetus. This is why  ...

Abiplatin

...  discuss the options available with their doctor. The benefits, as well as risks, involved in taking Ablipatin should be weighed carefully. In relation, the medication can have a harmful effect on infants. This is why it is advised that the patient not get pregnant or father a child throughout the duration of the treatment. Protection and effective birth control may be used to avoid  ...

Accolate

...  in the category B - which means that it is safe for pregnant women, and will not affect the developing fetus. However, studies show that it is present in breast milk, which makes it unsuitable for infants. Accolate should not be taken when breastfeeding your baby. With a change in the dosage, it is safe for children 5 years and above. In the case of the elderly, close monitoring should be  ...

Meningitis

...  quite unlikely that one has meningitis. As mentioned above, small children do not really exhibit the aforementioned symptoms and may only show signs of irritability and generally looking unwell. But infants around 6 months of age who have meningitis may have a bulging of the soft spot on their heads, otherwise known as the fontanelle. There are some other features which might help in  ...