Pramoxine topical Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Warnings
Pramoxine topical is also known as: Anest Hemor, Blistex Pro Relief, Calaclear, Clear Calamine, Curasore, Dermoplast Poison Ivy Treatment, Eczemin, Epipram, Fleet Pain Relief Pad, Gold Bond Anti-Itch, Itch-X, Phicon, PrameGel, Pramox, Prax, Prax Wipe, Proctofoam, Proctozone-P, Sarna Sensitive, Sarna Sensitive Eczema Itch Relief, Sarna Ultra, Soothe-It Plus Hemmorhoidal Pad, Summers Eve Anti-Itch, Tronolane, Tronothane
Pramoxine topical Pregnancy Warnings
Pramoxine topical has not been formally assigned to a pregnancy category by the FDA. Animal studies have not been reported. There are no controlled data in human pregnancy. Pramoxine topical should only be given during pregnancy when benefits outweigh risks.
Pramoxine topical Breastfeeding Warnings
There are no data on the excretion of pramoxine topical into human milk.
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