Fluticasone is used to treat asthma and allergic rhinitis. Fluticasone is not considered to be a teratogen. When used during the first trimester of pregnancy (between 10 and 14 weeks of pregnancy), fluticasone is generally safe with no known harm to the fetus.
This is a very interesting and important question. It has been shown to affect fetal outcome in animal studies, but whether its effects are harmful in humans is unclear. In the first trimester, fluticasone does not appear to affect the fetus’s normal development. On the other hand, animal studies have shown that during the trimester, fluticasone may cause fetal growth restriction and impaired growth of the placenta, which could cause problems in the fetus.
While animal studies have shown that fluticasone may affect fetal growth in the first trimester, animal studies cannot prove a link to a human fetus. But that doesn’t mean it’s not harmful.
The short answer is, yes. Fluticasone is a “pro-fibric acid” and was discovered in the 1940s. Pro-fibric acids are basically chemicals that promote fetal growth. This is why fluticasone has been used in the treatment of pre-eclampsia (see sidebar under “fluticasone”). If you’re having trouble conceiving, it may be a good idea to use this drug during the first trimester.
If youre having trouble conceiving in the first two trimester you may want to consider switching to a different one, such as tanezumab. It’s not recommended to use fluticasone during this time.
This is a new drug that combines the painkillers propofol and midazolam with the bronchodilator salbutamol. The combination is called ‘fluticasone pamoate’ and it was approved by the FDA in 2002. It was developed to help people with asthma and COPD, but is also used to treat people with the more common problems associated with pregnancy. It’s not a recommended drug for pregnant women.
While I understand that pregnant women should not take fluticasone, I feel that it is generally safe, even in these situations. In fact, it is suggested that pregnant women should not take fluticasone because their babies are more likely to be born with a more severe problem. While I understand the desire of people to take fluticasone for asthma while pregnant, I feel that pregnant women cannot take it without a doctor’s approval.
In the end, the most important decision as a father is whether to give my baby the drug. I really like the fact that I have to make this decision myself, although I guess some people wouldn’t feel that way. I do feel that the drug should be given to my baby (whether or not he is a baby) however.
I was recently told that fluticasone really isn’t safe for pregnant women to take while pregnant. But I guess that’s just me, because I’m not pregnant and I don’t take it.
No, I dont know if you should or not. I think that the only real way to know is to take a pregnancy test or be a patient of yours. It really isnt as big of a deal as you might think. If you are pregnant, you know what to do, but if you are not, theres not much you can do.