Intake during pregnancy and lactation | Alpha-glucosidase inhibitor

Intake during pregnancy and lactation

Pregnant women and nursing mothers are not advised to take alpha-glucosidase inhibitors. Children and adolescents under the age of 18 should also avoid them. Unfortunately, there is too little or hardly any experience available as to how alpha-glucosidase inhibitors affect the development of the human body.

Furthermore, alpha-glucosidase inhibitors should not be used in cases of inflammatory bowel disease, severe renal insufficiency and existing hernias (see above contraindications). Other topics that might interest you: All information from the field of drugs can also be found under Drugs A-Z! – Diabetes mellitus

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