Eleven babies

Eleven babies die after Dutch women given Viagra in drug trial

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The medical test of Viagra on pregnant women in the Netherlands has been stopped immediately after the death of Eleven babies.

Eleven babies

Women taking part in the research were given a Viagra, a sexually transmitted drug. This research was being done on those women, in which the fetus was weak.

It appears that this drug, which raises blood flow in the body, has severe damage to the lungs of the children.

Experts say that detailed understanding is needed to understand what was really happened.

Earlier, no such kind of damage was made in similar research done in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. But there was no way to know the benefits.

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Stopping the development of unborn babies due to the weak umbilical cord is a serious disease, which has not yet been developed for any treatment.

Because of this, children take birth prematurely. Due to weakness they are less likely to survive.

A drug that can increase the weight of infants or move on during their birth, can be helpful.

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Dummy medicine

During the research, a total of 93 women were given Viagra while 90 women were given a dummy drug.

After birth, twenty children had lung diseases. Of these, three were children whose mother was given dummy medicine while the rest were children of the other group women. Of these, Eleven babies died during this drug trial.

University of Liverpool Professor Jarco Alfarrevich, who participated in similar research in Britain, says these findings of the research done in the Netherlands are unpredictable.

He says that in such complexities in the UK, New Zealand and Australia did not appear in such a research, so it needs to be examined thoroughly.