Femibion Maternal Exposure During Pregnancy Side Effect Reports
The following Femibion Maternal Exposure During Pregnancy side effect reports were submitted by healthcare professionals and consumers.
This information will help you understand how side effects, such as Maternal Exposure During Pregnancy, can occur, and what you can do about them.
A side effect could appear soon after you start Femibion or it might take time to develop.
|Maternal Exposure During Pregnancy, Hypospadias, Hydrocele, Small For Dates Baby|
This Maternal Exposure During Pregnancy side effect was reported by a health professional from GERMANY. A 0-year-old patient (weight:NA) experienced the following symptoms/conditions: prophylaxis of neural tube defect. The patient was prescribed Femibion (dosage: NA), which was started on Jul 02, 2011. Concurrently used drugs:
|Atrial Septal Defect, Haemangioma, Inguinal Hernia, Bradycardia Neonatal, Maternal Exposure During Pregnancy, Hyperbilirubinaemia, Premature Baby, Anaemia Neonatal, Neonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome|
This Maternal Exposure During Pregnancy Femibion side effect was reported by a health professional from GERMANY on Feb 16, 2012. A Female , child 0 years of age, weighting 1.90 lb, was treated with Femibion. The patient presented the following health conditions:
Femibion Maternal Exposure During Pregnancy Causes and Reviews
What is a learning disorder?
Learning disorders are conditions that affect the ability to learn. They can cause problems with
- Understanding what people are saying
- Doing math
- Paying attention
Often, children have more than one kind of learning disorder. They may also have another condition, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), which can make learning even more of a challenge.What causes learning disorders?
Learning disabilities don't have anything to do with intelligence. They are caused by differences in the brain, and they affect the way the brain processes information. These differences are usually present from birth. Some of the factors that can contribute to the development of a learning disorder include genetics, environmental exposures (such as lead), and problems during pregnancy (such as the mother's substance abuse).How do I know if my child has a learning disorder?
The earlier you can find and treat a learning disorder, the better. Unfortunately, learning disorders are usually not recognized until a child reaches school age. If you notice that your child is struggling, talk to your child's teacher or health care provider about an evaluation for a learning disorder. The evaluation may include a medical exam, a discussion of family history, and intellectual and school performance testing.What are the treatments for learning disorders?
The most common treatment for learning disabilities is special education. A teacher or other learning specialist can help your child learn skills by building on strengths and finding ways to make up for weaknesses. Educators may provide special teaching methods, make changes to the classroom, or use technologies that can assist your child's learning needs. Sometimes tutors or speech or language therapists also work with the children.
A child with a learning disability may struggle with low self-esteem, frustration, and other problems. Mental health professionals can help your child understand these feelings, develop coping tools, and build healthy relationships.
If your child has another condition such as ADHD, he or she will need treatments for that condition as well.
NIH: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Femibion Maternal Exposure During Pregnancy Reviews
|Tue, 22 Jun 2010|
|<strong></strong><span style="color: #476cb8;"><span style="cursor: pointer;">34 yrs. old "Ectopic Pregnancy"</span><span style="display: none;"></span></span> <span><span>Im a 34 yrs. old Female. I was operated in my "Thyroid" when I was 14 yrs. old it's was a hereditary in my family and Im taking "Levothyrox 125mg. one pill per day after being operated. At 34, I was diagnosed of "TB" and I was prescribed to take Rifinah 300 / 150 mg. for 6 months starting March until September 2009. After my Rifinah medication, I had an x-ray test and the result is ok. I've informed my Pulmonary Doctor that I have plan to have a baby, he told me that it's better to cure my "TB" so, there will be no problem when i get pregnant. November 3, 2009 I started taking FEMIBION as prescribed by my Gynecologist because I've been trying to get pregnant for almost a year for a second baby. My 1st child is already 4 1/2 yrs. old My Gynecologist is aware that I took a medication of Rifinah for 6 months. And last Jan. 14, 2010 I was rushed in the hospital and the doctor have found out that Im having an "Ectopic Pregnancy" I immediately under go "Laparoscopic" operation and they cut off the right side of my Fallopian tube because it was already ruptured. I asked my Gynecologist, what was the cause why did i have an Ectopic Pregnancy? I dont smoke or even drink alcohols? I never use any contraceptives in my life. I dont have any problem during my first pregnancy and I had a normal delivery. My Gynecologist cant find the reasons why I had an Ectopic Pregnancy? because I had a regular check-up with him to be sure that everything will be ok. I hope someone can help me what might be the cause of having an Ectopic Pregnancy? was it my Rifinah medications? Please help... Thank you.</span></span>|