In this way, I took cough medicine three times this month and lymph node medicine once. At that time, I didn't know that pregnancy was just measured out. Can I ask for it? Thank you
This situation is because you take a drug orally. I didn't know at that time. I suggest you observe it first and do B-ultrasound examination regularly. If you don't take the drug before pregnancy, it should have no impact on pregnancy. I suggest you don't take the drug after pregnancy. You should also pay attention to regular work and rest and avoid going to densely populated places as much as possible.
What you need to do now is to find the drugs you took at that time, make clear the name of the drugs, and then consult the doctor, because there are too many kinds of drugs, some can be used during pregnancy, and some are forbidden drugs during pregnancy, so you must make clear the name of the drugs first.
This one is to see when you use the medicine, that is, to see the month and date of your last menstruation. If you take the medicine earlier, generally speaking, the child may develop well and have little impact. The second one is to see whether the composition of the specific medicine is obviously prohibited during pregnancy?