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Magnesium B6 in pregnancy

Magnesium and vitamin B6 are very important elements that take an active part in many biochemical processes in the human body. This complex appoint obstetrician-gynecologists to those pregnant women whose uterus is in increased tonus and there is a threat of miscarriage.

Why use magnesium B6 during pregnancy?

Magnesium is considered, perhaps, one of the most important macronutrients in the body of a pregnant woman. He takes part in more than 200 biochemical processes. Magnesium and vitamin B6 help control the process of transferring genetic memory to a child from his mother. Magnesium also relaxes muscles, reduces excitability (if it is increased), calms the nervous system. It should be remembered that a child needs vitamins and macronutrients no less than his mother, therefore, during pregnancy, it is often necessary to vitaminize your diet, take special vitamin and mineral supplements.

If a pregnant woman is diagnosed with a deficiency of magnesium and vitamin B6, she has the following symptoms:

  1. Bad dream.
  2. Nausea.
  3. Frequent fatigue.
  4. Nervousness and irrational irritability.
  5. Constipation.
  6. Tingling sensation in the thorax.
  7. Appearance of seizures.

In some cases, a gynecologist can prescribe this macro-nutrient to those women who have tachycardia, hypertension, and heart problems during pregnancy.

Is B6 magnesium harmful during pregnancy?

Despite the fact that magnesium has no contraindications and can not significantly harm the health of the expectant mother, if you take it according to the instructions, it is best to consult your doctor if you need to take B6 magnesium or not. The fact is that it is possible to determine the deficiency of magnesium and vitamin B6 in the blood of a pregnant woman only with the help of laboratory research. When pregnancy is assigned, the delivery of special routine analyzes to determine the level of these substances.

Indications of the magnesium B6 during pregnancy

The main indication for the appointment of magnesium B6 for a future mother is a lack of magnesium and vitamin B6 in the woman's body, which is manifested by the development of skin and hair pathologies, changes in muscle tone, miscarriage or premature birth.

Therefore, as soon as the symptoms begin to appear in the pregnancy, which were listed above, you should immediately consult a doctor.

Release form

Magnesium B6 Forte

The medicine based on the active components of magnesium citrate and pyridoxine hydrochloride helps to fill the deficiency of magnesium and vitamin B6 in the body. If the main symptoms of deficiency of these substances (irritability, fatigue, insomnia, stomach cramps, palpitation) have not disappeared during the month of taking these tablets, treatment is considered inexpedient.

The dosage is established individually, proceeding from the established level of magnesium and vitamin B6 in the blood. If a pregnant woman has been diagnosed with phenylketonuria, impaired renal function, an allergy to magnesium or pyridoxine, a hereditary galactosemia, it is forbidden to take magnesium B6 Forte. Do not use simultaneously with levopodoy.

Admission Magnesium B6 Forte in some cases can cause diarrhea, pain in the abdomen, flatulence, nausea, allergies.

Magnesium B6 Evalar

Drug based on active components of magnesium aspartate with vitamin B6. Aspartic magnesium or bio-available organic magnesium salt is tolerated by the body of a pregnant woman well enough. At the same time, no side effects from the intestine or stomach are observed. Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6) helps to strengthen the action of magnesium and improves its absorption.

Take Magnesium B6 Evalard is recommended for one tablet in the process of eating, squeezed with enough liquid. The therapy lasts about one month, but it can be continued or repeated if there is such a need.

Motherwort Forte with Magnesium B6

Drug based on the active components of extract of motherwort, magnesium carbonate and vitamin B6. It differs anticonvulsant, sedative, diuretic and cardiotonic action.

Dosage is individual and is established by the attending physician. As a rule, take no more than two tablets a day during meals, squeezed with enough liquid. Patients who have been diagnosed with gastric ulcer, an allergy to the components of the drug, gastritis erosive in the acute stage, to take this drug is prohibited.

Pharmacodynamics

Let us consider the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of preparations based on magnesium B6 during pregnancy using the example of "Magnesium B6 Forte".

Magnesium is considered a vital macro-element, which takes an active part in the functioning of cells and metabolism.

For example, it helps to regulate muscle contraction and carrying out nerve impulses to them. Most of the magnesium in the human body is in the bone tissue. Magnesium deficiency during pregnancy is a fairly frequent phenomenon. This is due to improper diet, heredity, and the fact that the fetus takes some amount of mineral.

Vitamin B6 or pyridoxine hydrochloride, which is also found in these tablets, is actively involved in improving the penetration of magnesium into cells.

Pharmacokinetics

Magnesium salts are partially passively absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract (the level of such absorption is 50%). Magnesium B6 is excreted with the help of kidneys.

Use of the magnesium B6 during pregnancy during pregnancy

How much can I drink magnesium B6 during pregnancy?

The duration of administration of drugs based on magnesium and pyridoxine hydrochloride can be established only by the attending physician, based on the level of magnesium in the blood of the pregnant woman, the tone of her uterus, the general condition of the body. Typically, magnesium B6 is prescribed for a period of two weeks to one month. But if necessary, this period can be extended.

Magnesium B6 for early pregnancy

In the early stages of pregnancy, taking magnesium B6 is an important step on the way to normal nurturing of a healthy child. It is during this period that magnesium deficiency can lead to hypertension of the uterus, which is the main causative miscarriage. Magnesium B6 is often prescribed starting from the first weeks of pregnancy, especially if the woman has already had a miscarriage earlier.

Contraindications

  1. Allergic reactions to drug components.
  2. Acute and chronic liver diseases.
  3. Stomach ulcer.
  4. Phenylketonuria.

Side effects of the magnesium B6 during pregnancy

  1. Allergic reactions.
  2. Nausea.
  3. Diarrhea.
  4. Constipation.
  5. Meteorisms.
  6. Pain in the abdomen.

Allergy to magnesium B6 in pregnancy

Most doctors are of the opinion that allergic reactions to magnesium B6 are extremely rare. In some cases, in particular, if the patient takes the concentrated form of this macronutrient or injects it intramuscularly, there may be reactions very similar to allergic reactions.

The main symptoms of allergy to magnesium B6 during pregnancy are as follows:

  1. Nausea.
  2. Vomiting.
  3. Rash.
  4. Intestinal disorders.

If any of the above reactions occur, stop taking the medication and consult your doctor.

Dosing and administration

Magnesium B6 for uterus during pregnancy

Hypertension of the uterus during pregnancy is one of the indications for the appointment of magnesium B6. Most often this symptom occurs in the first trimester of bearing the fetus. Hypertonus is characterized by the fact that the woman's uterus is too tense, which greatly increases the risk of miscarriage. Magnesium helps to reduce the tone of the uterus, thereby protecting the woman from the undesirable consequences of his deficiency.

Irritability, severe fatigue, nervousness, stress and depression severely affect the muscle tone during pregnancy. Spasms can occur in all muscles, including the uterus. To improve the condition of a pregnant woman, gynecologists often recommend taking Magnesium B6.

Magnesium B6 for edema during pregnancy

Swelling quite often occurs during pregnancy, in particular, in the second half. In this case, the woman has the following unpleasant symptoms:

  1. Numbness of the hands.
  2. Heaviness in the legs.
  3. Rings and shoes begin to reap and rub strongly.
  4. If you press your fingers on the area of the edema, then at this point a "pit" is formed, which lasts a long time.
  5. The skin becomes pale and too smooth.

The causes of the appearance of edema during pregnancy are many. Most often, puffiness on the legs is caused by the fast growing uterus, which begins to press on the neighboring organs. Such edema is considered physiological and does not pose any danger to a woman or her unborn child.

But in some cases, edema can occur for more serious reasons. For example, in this category of etiological factors can be attributed to the improper functioning of the kidneys, liver or heart. An important component of therapy for such edema is the strengthening of the vascular wall of the arteries and veins. For this purpose, doctors recommend the use of magnesium B6.

Interactions with other drugs

Simultaneous reception of magnesium B6 and levodopa is completely contraindicated, since the activity of the second is inhibited by vitamin B6.

It is also not recommended to take magnesium B6 with calcium salts or phosphates, as they reduce the absorption of magnesium.

Storage conditions

It is very important to store Magnesium B6 in a place that is completely inaccessible to young children. The air temperature should not exceed +25 degrees.

Shelf life

Shelf life - up to 3 years. After the expiration of this period, it is prohibited to take tablets.

Analogues magnesium B6 in pregnancy

The main analogue of magnesium B6 is the preparation Magnelis B6. Their compositions are completely identical, so Magnelis B6 can be taken without fear during pregnancy, if the doctor has diagnosed magnesium deficiency.

Magne B6 or Magnelis during pregnancy?

Both drugs belong to the pharmacological group of medicines, which consist of a combination of a mineral and vitamin B6. The main difference between these two drugs is their price. Magnelis is a Russian preparation, so the cost of this drug is much lower.

The only difference is the soluble form of these two agents. Soluble Magne B6 consists of 100 mg of magnesium and twice as much vitamin B6 as in tablets. But before buying any of these drugs during pregnancy, first consult with your doctor.

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Portnov Alexey Alexandrovich

Education: Kiev National Medical University. A.A. Bogomolets, Specialty - "General Medicine"

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