Potential Effect of Granisetron on Fetal Tissue during Pregnancy

Emily Hartley


Nausea and vomiting affects more than 80% of women during the time of their pregnancy. Severe form of morning sickness, called hyperemesis gravidarum, can cause malnutrition and jeopardize the health of the mother and the fetus. Many women seek medical assistance and pharmacological intervention to help subside their symptoms, but the drugs prescribed could be causing more harm than good to the unborn fetus. The study in focus addresses this issue and determines if the drug could cause potential unforeseen complications.

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