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New ban on epilepsy drug in pregnancy
24 April 2018
An epilepsy drug that can damage unborn babies must no longer be prescribed to girls and women of childbearing age in the UK unless they sign a form to say that they understand the risks.
Drug regulator the MHRA says the new measures it’s introducing will keep future generations of children safe.
Those already on valproate medication should see their GP to have their treatment reviewed.
No woman or girl should stop taking it without medical advice though.
It is thought about 20,000 children in the UK have been left with disabilities caused by valproate since the drug was introduced in the 1970s.
Affected families have called for a public inquiry and compensation.
Epilepsy charities say one in five women on sodium valproate are unaware that taking it during pregnancy can harm the development and physical health of an unborn baby.
This warning has been on the outside of valproate pill packets since 2016 in Britain
And more than one in four have not been given information about risks for their unborn child.
The MHRA has changed the licence for valproate, which means any doctor prescribing it will have to ensure female patients are put on a Pregnancy Prevention Programme, which means:
The patient can see her doctor every year to discuss the risks of this drug to an unborn baby
She signs an acknowledgement form at least every year
She is told about the importance of using contraception throughout treatment and having a pregnancy test if she thinks she could be pregnant
If valproate is taken during pregnancy, up to four in 10 babies are at risk of developmental disorders, and approximately one in 10 are at risk of birth defects.
Dr June Raine, from the MHRA, said: “Patient safety is our highest priority. We are committed to making sure women and girls are aware of the very real risks of taking valproate during pregnancy. However, we also know it is vitally important women don’t stop taking valproate without first discussing it with their doctor.
“I would like to particularly thank the families involved in the Valproate Stakeholder Network who have shared their experiences and expertise with us. Their support will help keep future generations of children safe.”
Simon Wigglesworth, deputy chief executive of Epilepsy Action, said: “We know there are still far too many women who haven’t been made aware of the potential risks of taking sodium valproate in pregnancy.
“It is vitally important that healthcare professionals ensure that all women with epilepsy taking sodium valproate are reviewed in line with the new guidelines.”
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Sita, heroine of the Hindu epic poem Ramayana, is supposed to have sprung on this day from a furrow in a field plowed by King Janaka. He named her Sita, which means “furrow of the earth,” and raised her as his own child. She was actually the goddess Lakshmi, sent to the earth to bring about the destruction of Ravana and other demons. Many Hindus believe that Sita represents the ideal Indian woman as an embodiment of self-sacrifice, purity, tenderness, fidelity, conjugal affection, and other virtues. More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch
Anthony Trollope (1815)
One of the great English novelists, Trollope spent seven unhappy years in London as a postal clerk before transferring to Ireland in 1841. Soon after, while still working for the postal service, he began writing. Working mainly before breakfast and at a fixed rate of 1,000 words an hour, he produced 47 novels, including the six interconnected Barsetshire novels and the highly regarded, satirical The Way We Live Now. What did he describe as “the most wretched fortnight of my manhood”? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch
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The Triple Six Fix (1980)
The Triple Six Fix was a plot to rig the Pennsylvania Lottery. Masterminded by Nick Perry, the lottery’s television announcer, the scheme focused on the Daily Number game, in which players pay to select a three-digit number in hopes of matching theirs to the one drawn from a container of numbered ping-pong balls. The balls are selected by a vacuum, so Perry planned to cheat the game by weighting all but two of the balls—numbers four and six—and buying combinations of those numbers. Did it work? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch
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A parody of the Nobel Prizes, the Ig Nobel Prizes are given each year in early October—around the time the genuine Nobel Prizes are announced—for 10 achievements that “first make people laugh, and then make them think.” Organized by the scientific humor magazine Annals of Improbable Research, the awards are presented by Nobel Laureates and are often intended to draw attention to scientific articles that have some humorous or unexpected aspect. What are some of the prize-winning topics? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch
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Definition: (adjective) Pretentiously elegant.
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