Anyone taken AMOXYCILLIN in first tri, and still doing ok?
Hope you dont mind me asking...
I am 7 weeks pregnant today and have just started taking Amoxycillin tablets for a sinus infection. I know amoxycillin is meant to be safe, but my concern is that I am taking them at the point in my pregnancy where the baby is forming its organs.
I would love to hear from ladies who have taken amoxycillin some time around the 6-8 wk mark and are still having a good pregnancy (or wonen who took them in earlier pregnancies and had healthy babies).
I took it a few times in my first pregnancy for sinus infections and my daughter was perfectly fine. I also had to take hydrocodone for sciatica, and if that didn't hurt her I don't know what will. Good luck to you and get to feeling better
Amoxicillin is fine. I had to take macrobid for a week and lily is perfect. If you do take amoxicillin then I recommend eating plain yogurt with it. Anything in the cillin family is bad for causing yeast infections. GL
I took amoxicillin because I had a bacterial infection when I was 6 weeks pregnant. It was a week course and baby is doing and growing perfectly fine. Doctor's won't prescribe something that is not safe to take during your pregnancy.
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