- I take for almost 2 months the Bear Branch uninterrupted, we ovulate and during the fertile period ie 18-21 this month we tried to have a baby and we have taken until this time (25.10) tincture, with certain interruptions of 3 days. I would like to ask you: if I became pregnant, would the child have problems?Answer:
The bear's branch is a natural remedy used for a long time to stimulate fertility, but the tinctures with the bear's branch that are currently on the market are contraindicated during pregnancy (as mentioned in the accompanying leaflet). In fact, it is known that during pregnancy, the administration of any medicines, both natural and natural (plants may contain harmful substances - many drugs are actually extracted from plants) should be avoided unless absolutely necessary (benefits). are higher than the risks) and only at the doctor's recommendation.
During ovulation, the egg is removed from the ovary in the uterine tube where it remains until it is fertilized by a sperm, then the zygote (the egg) is formed and it reaches the uterus, where it will implant in the uterine mucosa, forming at that level some vascular connections between egg and uterus, through which various substances will be transmitted to the fetus. But until these connections are made, at least 7 days pass from the moment of fertilization.
Therefore, the administration of this tincture only a few days after the possible fertilization, is very unlikely to reach the conception product and determine any effect. But, continue to avoid giving yourself various substances without the doctor's recommendation, especially if there is the possibility of being pregnant.
Dr. Ciprian Pop-Began
- Obstetrics and Gynecology -
Clinical Hospital of Obstetrics-Gynecology Prof. Dr. Panait Sarbu