Im in the same position. My middy and doctor said Bisolvin chesty tablets are perfectly fine but NOT the syrup.
If i were you though id request antibiotics.
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Can I take cough medicine while pregnant?
My dr has just told me to take bisolvon to loosen the mucus on my chest. In the instructions it says to check with your dr if you may be pregnant and it is not recommended during 1st trimester. I've taken it for 2 days and it has really helped. My cough was dry and I'm crackling when I breathe out.
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