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During pregnancy can I take medicines prescribed by heart specialist?

dear sir , i had heart disease for the last 10 years, i am taking pentids 400 mg tab for every day. Now i am 7 th week perganant. my cadio doctor prescribed Pendits 400 mg , dioxin (lanocin) each 1 tab per day, lasix 1/2 tablet alternative day and gynacology doctor prescribed folinine tablet per day 1 for night time during the perganancy can i take above medicine. if there is any problem .
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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If you have a heart disease and are pregnant, you need to:
Consult a heart specialist before planning a family.
Make sure that the medicines you are taking for your heart disease are safe for your baby as any medicine that you take during pregnancy can affect your baby.
Keep your doctor informed, so that he can make the necessary adjustments in the treatment.
Take your medicines as prescribed.
Do not stop or adjust the dose of the medicine without consulting your doctor.
You must take medicines after proper interaction with your cardiologist and obstetrician.
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