Antibiotic Tied to Higher Risk of Miscarriage

Smith, Michael
January 2013
Inside Childbirth Education;Jan2013, p6
The article presents a study focused on analyzing the use of the antibiotic clarithromycin in first three months of pregnancy, published in the online periodical "Plos One." According to research, clarithromycin increases risk of miscarriage in first trimester whereas it is safe if consumed in 12 weeks before pregnancy.


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