Does Transamin have an impact on pregnancy? Are there any precautions for its use in pregnant women?

Among drugs to be used for pregnant women, hemostatic drugs tend to be used frequently. Although tranexamic acid is a kind of drug that rarely involves adverse reactions, rapid intravenous infusion should be avoided, because the possibility exists that a change in the ECG or significant decrease in blood pressure may occur.

At the present, there is no particular report on disorder associated with tranexamic acid. Therefore, it is speculated that the use of tranexamic acid (antiplasmin drug) during pregnancy does not have a great influence on fetuses. However, it is recommended that caution should be exercised in its use during beginning pregnancy just in case.


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