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Dr. Andrew Rynne
Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Is Cortisone advisable during pregnancy?

My wife suffers from thalassemia the doctor advised her to useĀ  cortisone 20 m. 3 months ago and one month ago she started yo decrease the cortisone and now she take 7.5 m. And my wife become pergnant 3 weeks ago . So does the use of the cortisone is safe or not and i thik the doctor will decrease it to 5 m. After 10 days
Tue, 16 Aug 2016
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if your wife suffers from thalacimia then she will be only carrier. it will manifest in male children. steroid is not indicated or she needs it.
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