Antibiotics in Pregnancy
Antibiotics Birth trauma Pregnancy (drugs during)
Vaccination during pregnancy
See vaccine damage: Sterilisation Vaccine Foetal damage & birth defects Vaccines: Sterilisation & Abortion Premature ovarian failure (POF)/premature menopause
Antibiotics and autism
Antibiotics & Asthma
 Antibiotic used in pregnancy linked to risk of epilepsy and cerebral palsy
 Antibiotics During Pregnancy Increases Risk for Child Becoming Obese children who were exposed to antibiotics in the second or third trimester of pregnancy had a higher risk of childhood obesity at age 7. The research also showed that for mothers who delivered their babies by a Caesarean section, whether elective or non-elective, there was a higher risk for obesity in their offspring.
 Motherís antibiotics can give baby asthma A comprehensive new study shows that taking antibiotics during pregnancy increases the risk of the baby developing asthma by an average of 20 percent...Backed by the new findings, Stensballe believes that doctors should think twice before prescribing antibiotics for pregnant women.
 Study: Drugs to treat urinary infections could cause heart, brain problems The new study is the first large analysis of antibiotic use in pregnancy. It found that mothers of babies with birth defects were more likely than mothers with healthy babies to report taking two types of antibiotics during pregnancy: sulfa drugs (brand names include Thiosulfil Forte and Bactrim) and urinary germicides called nitrofurantoins (brand names include Furadantin and Macrobid).
[2009 Nov] Study Links Some Antibiotics With Birth Defects; Others Appear Safe For Fetus
 Cerebral palsy link to antibiotics given during premature birth