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    I had the vicks stick recommended by a pharmacist when I had a cold when preg with DD, told me to use that and "Karvol" which comes in little liquid thingys that you can either put on a hanky or you pillow etc or works great in steam, pretty much same ingredients as the vicks.
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    I used (and still do) just regular old saline solution in the nasal spray. Sometimes it takes a bit longer to work it's magic but it's so worth it! No drugs = absolutely NO RISK!
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    If you ever have doubts you can contact Mothersafe. They're the leading researchers into safety of pretty much anything in pregnancy.

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    Camphor is not safe in pregnancy as it can cause camphor poisoning and cross the placenta. Most decongestants contain it – Vicks, vaporiser solutions etc.
    I would stick with Fess (Saline)
    Doing housework with young children must be like clearing snow in a blizzard!!!


 

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