Health department warns pregnant girls with Covid-19 “don’t take Favipiravir”

Thailand’s Department of Health advises pregnant ladies with Covid-19 to not take the anti-viral treatment Favipiravir. The department’s director-general said especially during the first trimester, Favipiravir may have an result on fetuses. He mentioned the drug is usually solely given over the last quarter of being pregnant, on a case-by-case foundation.
The department suggested pregnant girls who’re asymptomatic or have delicate signs, and who don’t have a high risk of miscarriage, to isolate at home. It mentioned they should separate from different family members, and use separate loos. It added infected pregnant girls shouldn’t eat with relations.
The department says 70-80% of infected pregnant ladies have gentle symptoms or are asymptomatic. 10-20% have extreme signs. The director-general stated pregnant girls should instantly see a doctor if they’ve bother respiration, fatigue, a excessive fever, frequent coughing, or chest pain whereas they isolate at house.
Thai health officers admitted last week that there’s a shortage of Favipiravir within the country.
The division also urges mothers contaminated with Covid-19 to be cautious about breastfeeding their babies, to prevent their infants from getting contaminated. It said girls ought to put on face masks always, and wash their arms before touching their kids. It added they need to “avoid sneezing” whereas breastfeeding.
บริการติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์ราคาถูก -general advised girls have a relative who is not infected feed their child their breast milk from a bottle..

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