In today’s article, we will examine the effects of the drug called arveles on pregnant women. While doing this, we will try to explain questions such as what the arveles drug is, what it is used for and how it is used.
What is Arveles? Arveles is a pain reliever belonging to the NSAID group. Its key ingredient is dexketoprofen. The drug is available in tablet form and ampoule form. The tablet form is used to relieve short-term pains such as muscle, joint, menstrual, toothache and headache. Ampoule form is used to relieve pain after surgical interventions. The ampoule form is injected intravenously or intramuscularly by the healthcare worker. The tablet form should also be used in the dose prescribed by the doctor. Arveles medicine is not a suitable type of medicine for long-term use. Therefore, it should be discontinued as soon as the pain subsides. The ampoule form is injected intravenously or intramuscularly by the healthcare worker.
So who should not use the arvales? Those who are allergic to the main ingredient dex ketoprofen and those who are allergic to other ingredients in the drug should not use it. Other than these, what should not be used?
1) Allergy to acetylsalicylic or other NSAIDs
2) Heart Failure Patients
3) Peptic Ulcer
4) Those who have blood clotting problems
5) Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis
6) Children Under 18
So, can arveles be used during pregnancy? First, if you want to get pregnant and are planning for it, you should not use arveles because arveles make it harder to get pregnant. If you are actively pregnant, you should not use the armpit, especially in the last three months of pregnancy. It may cause serious harm to the baby. Do not forget to consult your doctor about the drug.