Hydroxychloroquine is a medication used to treat malaria and certain cancers. It is sometimes used to prevent infection during pregnancy. The FDA has determined that hydroxychloroquine is safe in pregnant women.
That’s what the FDA says, but there’s no scientific evidence that hydroxychloroquine is safe in pregnancy. Many experts say it is too weak to be effective during pregnancy.
Hydroxychloroquine can cause a number of adverse reactions in pregnant women. This includes problems with the baby’s heart, lungs, kidneys, or liver. Also, women who get the drug during pregnancy may be more likely to get an infection or other medical conditions. For this reason, most women don’t start taking hydroxychloroquine during the first five months of pregnancy. The FDA advises women who are using hydroxychloroquine to talk to their doctors about the risks.
So the question is, should you use hydroxychloroquine during pregnancy? I’d say maybe, but there are other drugs that might be a better option. I’m sure you’ve heard of amifostine, which is a drug that is used off-label to prevent malaria. It’s used in pregnant women to treat malaria.
It’s also been shown to have a better safety profile than chloroquine. It’s been shown to be more effective at keeping your body from reacting and clearing out malaria parasites. It’s also very effective at treating malaria and therefore doesn’t cause the side effect of vomiting.
But these other drugs cause side effects, as well. They might cause vomiting and other minor side effects. They might make you really dizzy. They might make you feel like you cant do this or that. They might make you really lethargic. They might make you feel like you cant breathe. They might make you feel like you might pass out. They may make you feel like your body is trying to kill you. Im not saying these drugs are bad.
These drugs are very dangerous, and it’s not like they’re anything to mess around with. The fact is, even though the drug “vomit” is a side effect, it is not a life-threatening side effect for pregnant women. If you’re pregnant, the vomiting is likely just the result of a medical condition, like a stomach ulcer, and it isn’t going to make you pass out or cause any other problems.
Hydroxychloroquine is not for pregnant women. It’s only for treating malaria in pregnancy.
Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) is the most prescribed drug of the six anti-malarial drugs available, and it’s the only one that is recommended for pregnant women. HCQ, or chloroquine, is also used to treat the flu and is less toxic to the fetus. This is due to how HCQ acts to inhibit the body’s natural anti-malarial defenses.