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    I haven't read through all the replies. I was on Maxalon from 6-13 weeks and DS is fine in that region...

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    Just to put ur mind at ease. Maxolon is what they call a class A drug for pregnancy. If there was any risk what so ever in any circumstance it couldn't be on that list. Please stop stressing! x

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    I took it while pregnant with DD1 and she is perfectly fine.

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    Sounds more like a genetic issue I was on maxalon from 10 wk untill the day I had my DD and she is fine she was born at 34 wks due to my medical issues but maxalon/pramin is a class A type medication which is allowed during pregnancy an also used for people on chemo god I loved on them while preg but was given zofran as well cause now matter how many I took max don't work lol

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    Since i first posted in this thread, i've had my baby. He seems fine in that region.

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    Congratultions!xx


 

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