Eflornithine topical Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Warnings

Eflornithine topical is also known as: Vaniqa

Eflornithine topical Pregnancy Warnings

Eflornithine topical has been assigned to pregnancy category C by the FDA. Some animal studies have revealed evidence of teratogenicity when oral ingestion from topical application was not prevented. There are no controlled data in human pregnancies. The manufacturer recommends that serious consideration be given to not using eflornithine topical during pregnancy.

The manufacturer has reported that 19 pregnancies occurred while using eflornithine topical during clinical trials. Of these, there were 9 healthy infants, 4 spontaneous abortions, 5 induced/elective abortions, and 1 birth defect (Down's Syndrome to a 35-year-old).

Eflornithine topical Breastfeeding Warnings

There are no data on the excretion of eflornithine topical into human milk.

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