Therefore, monitoring and managing these physical conditions becomes necessary to ensure a normal consists of both medicines and are considered to be the first line of treatment; however, the health care provider needs to take care while prescribing medicines during pregnancy taking into consideration the harmful effects they can have on both – the mother and the foetus. Medicines pass on via the placenta from the mother to the foetus. Hence, before prescribing any medicine the provider should check the possibilities of the medicine causing any congenital defect. You should avoid medicines from the time of conception till the first 10 weeks, as this is the time when the foetus is most prone to the get permanent congenital deformities. Medicines given in the later stages (after 10 weeks) may cause systemic damage. For example NSAIDs (Non Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs) may lead to problems during labour or organ defects in the foetus.
I really don’t think you can have an allergy from the black seeds. In this article: Nigella Sativa, the black seeds, can cure every disease. Come on… I have also written about its antihistaminic powers. In fact, there was a funny episode, in 2010, with Nestle, which try to get a patent on the use of Nigella Sativa to “prevent food allergies” in its cereals. Like an exclusive right to use the black seeds in their products! To own the black seeds. Of course, it’s hilarious and the authorities probably thought the same, as they refused them the patent.
But the idea remains. The black seeds are really efficient in fighting allergies. Search for the source of your allergy in a different part.
Hello Zack! Im not sure if there is a way to reply directly to his response or for someone to get his attention! Also to all others that mimic his case history. Diabetes Insipidus is characterized by nightsweats, insatiable thirst, polyuria (excessive urination), trouble gaining weight, craving ice, muscle wasting (may may/ not be present) also, im not sure about the iron deficiency but i do know two diabetics (insipidus patients) who are anemic but im not sure of the cause of their anemia. I’m a Medical Technologist it sounds A LOT like Diabetes insipidus, very very serious if not treated, you need the following tests done: to get your serum fasting blood sugar(glucose), a glucose tolerance test depending on the fasting glucose, urinalysis (macroscopic), and serum electrolytes (K, Ca, & Na <most important). I was actually afraid reading your post, please see a doctor ASAP. Usually when you go to donate blood they check your sugar as well, im not sure when they checked and saw your hemoglobin or iron was low they might have stopped there and never checked the sugar or overlooked the slightly elevated sugar if in the high normal range. Please get this checked!!!!