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A new CDC report has found that the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus is most likely to increase the risk of stillbirth. The report found that pregnant women infected by the Delta variant of COVID are particularly at risk of stillbirth or dying during childbirth.
A new study has found that a moderate amount of caffeine is not associated with maternal health risks. The study, published in JAMA Network Open, found that lower amounts of caffeine during pregnancy could help reduce the risk of gestational diabetes.
Suboxone contains buprenorphine and naloxone so it is recommended for the treatment of opioid addiction or opioid use disorder. Although there is no comprehensive research on the safety of Suboxone in pregnant women, experts consider the drug safe and effective in treating opioid use disorder in pregnant women.
A new study from the researchers of Alberta University has found a causal link between cesarean section birth, low intestinal microbiota, and peanut allergies in children in later life. The study also found that the link was more pronounced in children of Asian descent than others.
Daré Bioscience, a biopharmaceutical company, has announced that Sildenafil Cream is set to enter the Phase 2 trials for the treatment of female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD). Sildenafil Cream contains sildenafil citrate, a drug that is found in Viagra, the famous blue pill used by men with erectile dysfunction.
Nairobi-based OB/GYN Dr. Nelly Bosire wrote an article published in Daily Monitor, warning women about using Viagra. She said women using Viagra for their sexual dysfunction should be careful, as there has been no enough evidence about the efficacy of the drug in women.
Elle Sera, the maker of The Enhancement Pills, aka Female Viagra, has said that the sales increased by 400% during the lockdown in the United Kingdom. The Enhancement Pill contains natural extract of maca, tribulus terrestris, Siberian ginseng, ginkgo leaf, and beetroot.