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NEW STUDY! Parasym Plus™ for Multiple Sclerosis › Forums › PrettyIll.com Discussion › Coping › Gastrocrom and pregnancy- Is it safe?
Hello. I just posted a question about relief for sinus pressure, but I thought of one other question I
am having trouble finding any information on. Has anyone taken gastrocrom or sodium cromolyn
during pregnancy? I have been taking it now for 6 weeks and it has changed my life in a very good way!
Now I don’t know if I will ever be able to be off of it. My husband and I would like another child, but
I am concerned if there will be any effects on the baby during a pregnancy. The FDA says it is a category
B drug, so doesn’t suspect there would be any adverse effect on the pregnancy, but I was just wondering if anyone
has used it first hand or knows anyone who has taken it during pregnancy and what/if any effects it may have
Thanks again! Jen
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