Indural and Pregnancy

Were you looking for information about Inderal and Pregnancy? Indural and pregnancy is a common misspelling of Inderal and pregnancy.
The possible effects of Inderal® (propranolol hydrochloride) on unborn children haven't been studied much in humans. In addition, there have been conflicting animal studies as to whether Inderal poses possible risks to a fetus. As a result, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers Inderal a pregnancy Category C medicine. This means it could pose an increased risk to the fetus if taken during pregnancy. If you're taking Inderal and pregnancy occurs (or if you are thinking of becoming pregnant), let your healthcare provider know.
(Click Inderal and Pregnancy for more information, including situations in which a doctor may prescribe Inderal to a pregnant woman, as well as an explanation as to how the FDA classifies a drug's possible risks to a fetus.)
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