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you should use laxatives if you have difficulty in passing motion instead of straining it which might worsen the situation
If patient is asthmatic and the above drug could control her symptoms before pregnancy, then there is no harm if the drug is continued. But if patient is not asthmatic, it's better to go for other drugs.
Grilinctus syrup is not recommended in pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Stop the syrup. Do steam inhalation 3 times a day. Gargle with warm salt water often. Brush twice daily and clean your tongue (as it can be a breeding place for bacteria).
You can use oral dispersable strip-rizatriptan 5 mg wen ever needed for migraine- if you already have diagnosed migraine problem, acidity is common in pregnancy, you can take antacid syrups, crocin it self can cause acidity, don't use it. U can start private consultations if symptoms does not subside.
Diploma in Diabetology, CCT (Rheumatology & Internal Medicine), MD - Internal Medicine
General Physician, Noida
Yes it completely safe (though no medicne is 100% safe) but as malaria would have killed you your doctor took worse decision to give you safest of all available options among anti malaria medicine and that too very effective
so do not worry in real world till date no strong evidence against its use has been ever published so we take it safe.