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Can pregnant women take orapred?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 26 years experience
Orapred: Pregnancy Category: C - Risk cannot be ruled out. Potential benefits must outweigh potential risks.
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I would not: When you're pregnant, you need to minimize any artificial chemical exposure especially if it is not essential for you to take. You're having concerns now, let alone if something goes wrong with the pregnancy, so to keep you at bay - don't experiment!
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Can pregnant women take valaciclovir?

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Valaciclovir: Valaciclovir is FDA Pregnancy Category B.
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Can pregnant women take Cardizem?

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Cardizem: Cardizem is FDA Pregnancy Category C. Discuss with OB.
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A 47-year-old member asked:

Can pregnant women take Razadyne?

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Razadyne: Razadyne is FDA Pregnancy Category C. It has not been well studied for human pregnancy. Discuss with OB/ GYN.
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A 36-year-old member asked:

Can pregnant women take Serviflox?

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Serviflox: serviflox is not recommended because it has not been well studied regarding pregnancy.
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