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Brugen af naturlægemidler og kosttilskud i den generelle befolkning og blandt gravide

Eksempler på forskellige typer naturpræparater, bl.a. fiskeolie og tranebær. (Foto: Colourbox.com).
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Sissel Kramer Aagaard1, 2, Agnete Larsen2, Mette Findal Andreasen3, Niels Uldbjerg4 & Pinar Bor1 1) Gynækologisk-Obstetrisk Afdeling, Regionshospitalet Randers 2) Institut for Biomedicin, Aarhus Universitet 3) Afdeling for Retskemi, Institut for Retsmedicin, Aarhus Universitet 4) Gynækologisk-Obstetrisk Afdeling, Aarhus Universitetshospital Ugeskr Læger 2017;179:V08160586
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Ugeskr Læger 2017;179:V08160586
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Use of complementary and herbal medicine in the general population and among pregnant women
Studies have reported a widespread use of herbal medicine in the general population (6-48%) and among pregnant women (4-69%) with great geographic and socio-economic variations in the extent of utilization and compounds used. The use of herbal medicine in Denmark remains relatively undescribed. Equivalent to conventional drugs, herbal medicine has side effects, interactions and contraindi­ca­tions. Thus, especially pregnant women should be careful as the safety profile remains unclear. Many patients do not report their use of herbal medicine to healthcare practi­tioners if they are not asked directly.
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