Are you allowed throat sweets when pregnant?

“Strepsils are likely to be safe in pregnancy,” says our expert GP Dr Philppa Kaye. “However, their safety hasn’t been fully studied specifically in pregnant women, so you may wish to talk to your pharmacist and tell them that you are pregnant before taking them – just to check.

Which throat lozenges are safe during pregnancy?

Sore throat

Throat lozenges containing local anaesthetic and antibacterial agents may be used in pregnancy. Avoid excessive use as it may cause unwanted side effects such as diarrhoea. Gargling salt water or drinking lemon and honey products may also help to ease a sore throat.

Can you have throat sweets while pregnant?

But even without tons of research, the Cleveland Clinic says menthol throat lozenges are fine to take, as directed, during pregnancy.

Can I use Strepsils while pregnant?

Conclusions: The use of Kalgaron® or Strepsils® during pregnancy was not associated with an increased risk of malformations, spontaneous abortions or decreased birthweight. However, larger studies are needed to confirm the safety of these medications during pregnancy.

Can I eat lockets while pregnant?

Pregnancy: no side effects reported with Lockets. Possible side effects: High doses of glycerol can cause headaches or stomach upset. If you get skin irritation or other unusual effects, or your symptoms continue, contact your doctor or pharmacist.

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Can I have halls while pregnant?

cough drops (throat lozenges), such as Halls, Ricola, Cepacol or Chloraseptic. Avoid products that contain alcohol. You may take: cough drops (throat lozenges), such as Halls, Ricola or Cepacol.

Can I eat halls while pregnant?

Therefore, the risks of menthol cough drops on pregnancy are not fully known. That said, there have not been any reports of negative effects on a pregnancy due to menthol use. To be safe, you should talk to your doctor before taking menthol cough drops during pregnancy.

What can a pregnant woman use for sore throat?

Pregnant women can take acetaminophen (Tylenol) for a sore throat with a limit of 3,000 mg in 24 hours. An antihistamine may help if the sore throat is due to postnasal drip because it can dry up those secretions. Sprays or lozenges that contain benzocaine, a local anesthetic, can help numb the throat.

What meds are OK to take while pregnant?

Which Medications Are Safe During Pregnancy?

  • Safe to take: Regular and extra-strength Tylenol (acetaminophen)
  • Safe to take: Metamucil, Colace, Citracel, Milk of Magnesia, Dulcolax.
  • Safe to take: Tums, Maalox, Mylanta, Pepcid.
  • Safe to take: Penicillin.
  • Safe to take: Monistat, Gynelotrimin.

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Can you have honey while pregnant?

Yes, it is safe to eat honey while you are pregnant. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists does not list honey in their recommended list of foods that pregnant women should avoid. There are two main reasons why it is safe for women to eat honey while they are pregnant.

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Can I take cold and flu tablets when pregnant?

Treating a cold while you’re pregnant

Paracetamol is generally considered safe for use at all stages of pregnancy. As with any medicine, you should take the lowest dose needed, for the shortest amount of time required. If you have any questions, your pharmacist can offer advice.

Is Vicks safe in pregnancy NHS?

Vicks Vaporub is safe for mums-to-be and helps relieve the symptoms of a blocked nose, sore throat and cough.

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