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Have Reglan or Albuterol or Amoxicillin been found to be harmful during the first trimester?


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2015-07-15 18:28:13
2015-07-15 18:28:13

You should always talk to your doctor about any medication you may need to take if you are pregnant. But with the Reglan, the studies haven't been done enough to know the full outcome. But talk to your doctor, it can be taken in serious cases. Albuterol is probably safe and is most likely needed. Talk to your doctor to be sure. And Amoxicillin is safe, but as always, talk to your doctor.

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