Find out if your medicines are safe for your baby

  • Get comprehensive advice about the risks and safety of your medicines during pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • Make decisions with the help of trustworthy information and advice
  • Show your doctor the written report of your personalised consultation

Book now      from 49 Euros

Help in the most valuable phase of life

You probably have lots of questions how medicines could affect the development of your child from the start of your pregnancy to breastfeeding. We would like to accompany you on your journey and answer your questions.

Just 3 steps – it’s as easy as that

At home - no doctors visit – no hassle

Here’s how it works
Simply online 

Start straight away with the consultation. We’ll answer your questions.

Find out more here how our service works.


With us you’re in good hands

Our specialists have extensive experience.

The video chat is on a certified and safe platform.


Book a consultation

Premium membership

Scope of consultation:

  • First interview
  • Consultation
  • Written report
  • Additional support available on request (one 15 minute consultation per month).
  • Secure communication
  • Personalised advice
  • Expert advice
*Minimum of 9 months. Period of notice 7 days before the end of the month

€49.00 per month *
Comprehensive advice

Scope of consultation:

  • First interview
  • Consultation
  • Written report
  • Secure communication
  • Personalised advice
  • Expert advice

€299.00
Short consultation

Scope of consultation:

  • Impromptu advice
  • Secure communication
  • Personalised advice
  • Personalised advice

€49.00

Our story

Mothers tell their stories

I was diagnosed with depression 2 years ago. I felt much better when I started taking sertraline. When I started planning my pregnancy I needed to know if I could keep on taking my medicine. The thought of giving up sertraline was as scary as the thought that it could be harmful to my baby. The Ouiiou advice was very reliable and my questions were answered step by step. The support from Ouiiou also helped me with my doctors appointments. I hold Ouiiou in the highest praise.

Joyce (depression)


Our story

Mothers tell their stories

I’ve suffered from hay fever for years, especially in spring. I always take cetirizine and it really helps. Then when I was pregnant with my first child I didn’t know how to cope with the sneezing, runny nose and itchy, red eyes without endangering my unborn child. The Ouiiou consultant gave me lots of useful tips and I was relieved to find out that I could treat my allergy during my pregnancy. I totally recommend Ouiiou.

Estelle (allergy)


Our story

Mothers tell their stories

I’ve had asthma since I was a child and have it under control with fluticasone and salbutamol. I was really worried when I found out that I was pregnant that my asthma medication could harm my unborn baby. I tried doing without my asthma sprays but realised I was getting very out of breath easily when I did sports and I woke up with coughing attacks at night. Ouiiou advised me how important it was for me and my baby to continue my asthma medication. They recommended I see my doctor and the written report from Ouiiou was very useful for him. The rest of the pregnancy was a breeze.

Dilara (asthma)


Our story

Mothers tell their stories

After just 3 weeks my daughter and I were a dream team when it came to breastfeeding. But then I developed a painful lump in my left breast with fever and headache. I was so ill after 2 days that the doctor prescribed me Dicloxacillin. I was really worried that the antibiotic would be bad for my baby. At Ouiiou I found out that I didn’t need to worry. I warmly recommend Ouiiou advice for any questions during breastfeeding.

Derya (mastitis)


Our story

Mothers tell their stories

I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease years ago. At first I took Mesalazine and Azathioprine but because the Crohn’s wasn’t under control, my medication was changed to Infliximab. It was very difficult to find out any information about my medication for Crohn’s during pregnancy. After ages looking in the internet I found Ouiiou and got very good advice. 

Anastasija (Crohn’s disease)


Our story

Mothers tell their stories

I’ve suffered from epileptic fits since my childhood and take lamotrigine to keep them under control. When I read up about taking lamotrigine during pregnancy I found conflicting information which made me worried. The Ouiiou team counselled me so that I could understand and process the information. They also gave me a written report for my paediatrician so that he could monitor my baby better. That meant I could breastfeed my baby with a good conscience.

Maja (epilepsy)


Dictionary

01/01/2022

Miscarriage

A miscarriage is when a baby dies in the womb before the 20th week of pregnancy. Out of 100 women who know they’re pregnant

01/01/2022

Malformations

Malformations are structural abnormalities that present at birth that can affect almost every part of the body ( e.g. heart, brain, feet).

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Hello. Do have any other questions?

Choose the scope of the consultation and simply book an appointment online for a conversation. As soon as we receive the booking you will get confirmation by email.
When booking your consultation, choose the premium membership as the scope of advice. Premium membership offers the advantage of further support for other inquiries.
No. Future consultations for additional questions that arise during your pregnancy and breastfeeding are covered by your premium membership.
Data protection is our top priority. The consultation takes place on a certified and secure video platform.
You need to access the internet on your PC or laptop, have an up-to-date internet browser as well as a webcam, a speaker and a microphone. No software installation is required.
Yes, you can also use your smartphone or tablet for the consultation. However, we recommend a PC or laptop.
You will be talking to pharmacists from the team of Montanus Apotheke Bergisch Gladbach who are specialised in the personalised advice to pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.
A consultation should help you answer the questions you have in connection with drug therapy during pregnancy and breastfeeding and correctly assess possible risks for you and your child.
A consultation includes:
  • Clarification of your personal questions
  • Collection of your personal health history
  • Evaluation of available medical findings
  • Listing all the medications you are taking
  • Comprehensive advice based on the current scientific evidence

You will get the written report by email within 24 hours of your consultation.