Is Is Safe To Use Chlorphenamine Antamin Even If You Are 3 Months Pregnant?

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Is is safe to use chlorphenamine antamin even if you are 3 months pregnant?



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Verwon Says:

Chlorpheniramine is most commonly used to treat allergy symptoms.

As to whether or not it is safe to use while pregnant, this can depend on many factors, some medications can cross the placenta to the baby.

What has your doctor advised?

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jane p salva Says:

i am 7 month pregnant i have asthma and siponwhat medicine would be safe to drink?

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