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How to Survive Morning Sickness Successfully

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Motherisk conducts research on nausea and vomiting in pregnancy that is supported by sources including Duchesnay (manufacturer of Diclectin®)

Use of ciprofloxacin during breastfeeding

My patient has a urinary tract infection and is currently breastfeeding her 9-week-old son. I would like to prescribe her ciprofloxacin. Should I be concerned about osteoarticular toxicity in the infant? more »

Complementary and alternative medicines and therapies

Natural doesn't always mean safe.

Some women and their health care providers may be hesitant to take or prescribe drugs during pregnancy and may seek natural health products as alternatives to pharmaceutical drugs. Are they safe during pregnancy? Learn more »

Safety of tacrolimus in pregnancy

I have a 30-year-old patient who had a kidney transplant 2 years ago. She is now planning a pregnancy. She has been treated with tacrolimus since her transplant. Will it be safe for the fetus if she continues to take it during the pregnancy or should she switch to a different antirejection medication?

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