MommyMeds 12+

Is _____ safe for my baby‪?‬

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.8 • 423 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Don’t compromise your or your baby’s health. Get peace of mind by knowing which medications, vaccines, and supplements are safe for you to take without harming your baby...and which ones aren't!

Pregnant or breastfeeding women are often told to choose between their baby’s health and their own treatment. Many times, there are safe medication options that shouldn’t be overlooked!

With this app, Drs. Thomas Hale and Kaytlin Krutsch bring you the information healthcare providers use in their textbook ‘Medication and Mothers’ Milk’--straight into the hands of moms. They believe moms deserve to know this information; written at a level they can understand. Their InfantRisk Center team at Texas Tech University Health Science Center is known worldwide for 25+ years of research on maternal transfer of drugs to babies.

Features:
-Easy rating system from safest (1) to most hazardous (5)
-Scan medication boxes for safety ratings
-Search over 70,000 drugs and medications
-Easy to use interface

Are you a healthcare provider? Try our more in-depth app, InfantRisk HCP.

Subscription:
Price: $3.99 USD
Duration: 1 Year
Account will be charged for renewal unless canceled within 24 hours of the end date.
Terms of Use: https://www.infantrisk.com/mommymeds-terms-use

What’s New

Version 3.1.9

Minor bug fixes
Data updates

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
423 Ratings

423 Ratings

kathy_steph ,

Pregnant and nursing mothers NEED this app.

I often suffered in silence during my pregnancy/ early postpartum because I was so nervous about what I was taking in and how it’d affect my baby. Google results will literally return anything that coincides with your search, so it was nearly impossible to get straight answers sometimes.
This app did away with my medication anxiety completely. It provides study data on so many medications I thought I couldn’t take and tells me exactly whether or not I can take it. It’s great!

Developer Response ,

We're so glad we can help! This is exactly why we exist. Providers often aren't trained on how to answer these questions, but moms' health matters too!

cnmjg ,

New update big problem but fixed with re-install

Update:
I removed and then re-installed the app and it works well again. So thankful as I use this very frequently.
This is my “go to” app for pregnancy and breastfeeding safety and patient counseling. Now the app doesn’t work at all. Nothing loads and I have been unable to use it. Very frustrating. Please fix it.

Alison....... ,

Design, missing some data

Overall design is a little cumbersome to utilize. There isn’t much data on certain medications in the app despite there being tons of studies on their use in pregnancy. So I end up wading through a bunch of PubMed articles despite buying this app. Also, it is sometimes difficult to search for meds- like propranolol (very commonly used) isn’t even on there. A little weird. It wasn’t expensive to buy, I just don’t find it useful and will instead be using Epocrates or PubMed.

App Privacy

The developer, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Search History
  • Sensitive Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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