All About WSP


Since I am pregnant, whenever my OB prescribes any medicine, I first read the label or otherwise research it online. Just recently, I was prescribed tavegyl (which I stopped taking coz it dozes me off terribly) and antamin. Both are for allergies basically.

Allergy, allergic rhinitis, bronchial asthma, vasomotor rhinitis, dermatoses of allergic etiology, urticaria, drug sensitization, serum sickness, anaphylactic shock, insect bites.

May be taken with or without food.

I clearly asked the doctor if this won’t harm my baby, and she said absolutely not. I trust her that is why I am taking it for a better relief. Anyway, time to check on orlando vacations. Catch you later!

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