Antibiotic Pregnancy miscarriage – CWEB.com

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Antibiotic Pregnancy miscarriage – CWEB.com

Several prescribed antibiotics are associated with a higher risk of miscarriage in early pregnancy, a new study published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) has found. However, while antibiotics like macrolides, quinolones, tetracyclines, sulfonamides and metronidazole were among those linked to a 60 per cent to two-fold increased risk of miscarriages, others like erythromycin and nitrofurantoin were not.

Women who take certain types of antibiotics during early pregnancy may be at increased risk of miscarriage, a new study suggests. But not all antibiotics are alike, and some antibiotics may be safer during pregnancy than others. Researchers in Canada found that mothers-to-be who used certain classes of antibiotics had a small increase in risk of miscarriage before the 20th week of pregnancy compared with pregnant women who did not take any antibiotics, according to the study published today

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