Pregnant Using Fumaderm

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Melissa Says:


Does anyone know if i can have a baby, or any side effects?



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David Says:

Hi Melissa,

From what I could gather, prescribing information notes that you should try not to become pregnant whilst taking Fumaric Acid Esters (Fumaderm) and should use a reliable form of contraception during treatment and for one month after treatment. It also encourages you to please tell your doctor if you think you may be pregnant.

The problem with Fumaderm is that it's unlicensed in the UK, so there isn't a lot of readily available information...

Other reviews I've come across mention that they've conceived with no problems while taking this medication. So I can only assume that it effects each person differently. With that said, you should really speak with your Dermatologist about the risks v.s. benefits involved with Fumaderm during pregnancy to see if it's really worth it.

I hope this helps!


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