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    Default Ural safe when pregnant?

    Anyone know if ural is safe to take in second trimester?

    I have read the pack and it does not have any warnings regarding pregnancy so I am assuming it probably is ok but just wanted to check.

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    Just call your local chemist and the pharmacist should be able to tell you 100%.

    I'm pretty sure it's ok though.


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    I took it and my GP said it was fine but I'm not a dr, just do what your comfortable with or call nurse on call and ask


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    I was told by the pharmacist is was okay and it would have to be clearly labeled if you could not take it whilst pregnant. I also took it (given to me by the midwifes) while BF.


 

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