Based on limited information gathered from reports of pregnant women who have used this medication, however, there is no strong evidence to suggest that it causes birth defects. If you become pregnant while taking the drug, your healthcare provider will weigh the benefits and potential risks before making a recommendation.
Taking Phenergan during the last two week of pregnancy also seems to decrease the ability of blood platelets to stick together in both the mother and the newborn.This could potentially cause problems with excessive bleeding.
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