Vitamin D 1000 – 5000 IU per day, Recommended Obstetrician Association (POGI), for Pregnant Women Exposed to Covid-19 – All Pages

Pregnant women who are exposed to Covid-19 and are isoman, are recommended to take 1000-5000 IU of vitamin D per day by POGI.

GridHEALTH.id Corona virus (Covid-19) can infect anyone, including pregnant mother.

Likewise with the symptoms, if they appear severe they can get treatment at the hospital.

However, if only mild symptoms or no symptoms at all, pregnant mother enough to do self isolation (isoman) as recommended.

Regarding self isolation at home, the Indonesian Obstetrics and Gynecology Association (POGI) provides tips to pregnant mother so that you can recover quickly while doing so.

Reported from Kontan.co.id (7/8/2021), pregnant mother who are infected with covid-19 and are undergoing self isolation Additional supplements can be given to maintain body condition.

In the guidelines and technical instructions about Covid-19, POGI suggests several supplements that can be consumed pregnant mother.

Including the following:

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– Vitamin D 1000 – 5000 IU per day (depending on doctor’s prescription)

– Vitamin C in the form of 500 mg non-acidic vitamin C tablets every 6-8 hours (for 14 days). It is also recommended lozenges of vitamin C 500 mg every 12 hours for 30 days.

– Multivitamins containing vitamin C as much as 1-2 tablets per day (for 30 days).

– Recommended multivitamins containing C, B, E, Zinc.

– Blood-added tablets (TTD) are continued according to the dosage according to the Ministry of Health guidelines.

In addition to these supplements, there are several actions that must be taken including the following:

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– Pregnant women who are isolated at home should be provided with a body temperature check (thermometer) and taught how to read and report the results daily to officers.

Whenever possible it is better to have an oximeter to measure oxygen saturation

– Pregnant women who are in isolation at home must be notified of signs of worsening such as: high fever above 38 C, respiratory rate above 24 times per minute, pulse above 100 times per minute, feeling of heavy breathing, shortness of breath, cold sweats, palpitations or there are danger signs of pregnancy (headache, amniotic fluid discharge, bleeding, decreased child movement) and immediately report to the officer.

– Pregnant women who are in isolation at home should be teleconsulted and documented in daily telemedicine activities when the isolation activities are complete, a certificate of completion of isolation is immediately given, signed by the general practitioner of the nearest health facility (Puskesmas).

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– Pregnant women who are isolating at home are given how to count the baby’s movements by counting 10 movements from Cardiff (The ‘Cardiff Count to Ten). Pregnant women are taught to count fetal movements starting at 8 am, and if 10 movements have been obtained (generally one to two hours), then the baby is still in good condition and the mother has finished counting fetal movements for the day. If within 12 hours (until 8 pm) 10 movements have not been obtained, the mother will report it to the officer.

Those are technical guidelines and instructions on self-isolation for pregnant women infected with Covid-19 from the Indonesian Obstetrics and Gynecology Association (POGI).

But apart from that, it is important to know that isoman is a way of healing and breaking the chain of transmission of Covid-19.

Self-isolation can be carried out by Covid-19 patients with mild symptoms and of course patients without symptoms.

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Remember these asymptomatic Covid-19 patients who are dangerous, have the potential to transmit the corona virus to others.

Transmission of the corona virus that causes Covid-19 disease is described on the site who.int (9/7/2020), in an article entitled Coronavirus disease (Covid-19): How is it transmitted?”, that Covid-19 is transmitted through direct contact with respiratory droplets from an infected person, both produced through coughing or sneezing.

The self-isolation carried out by Covid-19 patients must also be supervised.

Be it the local health facility medical team, or the local Covid-19 task force.

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