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If you are planning on getting pregnant, try to discuss your concerns ahead of time with your doctor. If you become pregnant, inform your doctor immediately. You and your doctor should discuss your health in detail and make medication decisions based on your need for the medication compared to any risks the medication may pose. The greatest period of risk for most medications is during the first three months of pregnancy. Medications may also be present in breast milk.
Frequently Asked Questions About the Colonix and Toxinout Pr...
Internal cleansing/detoxification is not recommended for pregnant or nursing women. A fetus or newborn baby should not be exposed to the toxins eliminated from the mother’s body while cleansing. The mother should wait until her baby is weaned completely.
If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, only use this medicine on the advice of your health care provider. Smoking can seriously harm your child. Try to stop smoking without using any nicotine replacement medicine. This medicine is believed to be safer than smoking. However, the risks to your child from this medicine are not fully known.
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Ask your Doctor or medical professional prior to taking any prescription drugs, over the counter medicines, herbal and nutritional supplements.
Dynamiclear Frequently Asked Questions
We normally recommend that as a safety precaution Dynamiclear be used before or after a pregnancy, not during. We have not yet conducted any trials or studies on the use of Dynamiclear during pregnancy. This recommendation is not because there has been any adverse findings but because of the sensitivity of the fetus. Dynamiclear is a "topically" applied solution (applied externally onto the skin) and contains only natural ingredients at safe concentrations.
Frequently Asked Questions on Intra
Intra is a very safe balanced formulation with no single herbal extract present at high levels. There are no ingredients found in intra that would prohibit pregnant or nursing women from taking 28ml of intra a day. However, if you are taking medication or have any concerns, we encourage you to speak with your doctor before deciding to take intra.
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The nail drops can be used while pregnant or nursing BUT only when WELL diluted. I suggest putting about 3-5 drops in a foot bath and soaking your feet. This will help keep the fungus from spreading. The application directly onto the feet could begin or resume when nursing is finished.
Frequently Asked Questions About DEET
The CDC and the U.S. EPA both suggest that there is no evidence of adverse effects for pregnant or nursing women. There's specific information at www.cdc.gov/westnile. We suggest you also review a recent journal article by Dr. Gideon Koren and colleagues. Our recommendation is for pregnant women to consult their personal physicians about the use of DEET-based products during pregnancy and breast feeding.
OFA: Frequently Asked Questions
Some female dogs exhibit additional subluxation when radiographed during these times. The OFA recommends radiographing three to four weeks before or after the heat cycle, and three to four weeks after weaning a litter of puppies.
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PHENTERPRIN HCL should not be used by pregnant women or nursing mothers. You should notify your doctor immediately if you become pregnant or plan to become pregnant.
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Many women have used Y-Not Natural products throughout pregnancy, and we do not contraindicate the use of any product. However, we advise you to consult your health provider before using any product while pregnant or nursing. It is not necessary or desirable from the perspective of healthy skin to be “squeaky clean” after cleansing.
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Consult your physician before taking SEREDYN while pregnant or nursing. Although we know of no research suggesting that SEREDYN is unsafe to take while pregnant or nursing, we're also unaware of research demonstrating conclusively that SEREDYN is safe in these situations.