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Risedronate is safe in pregnancy or not and how?

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26 Jul 2011

The safety of Risedronate in pregnancy is uncertain. Animal studies suggest there may be a risk and human studies do not exist. Some women take risedronate where there is a clear need.
You will need to discuss the risks and benefits of taking risedronate during pregnancy with your doctor.
For more information see:
http://www.drugs.com/pregnancy/risedronate.html

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