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Viagra
...  take generic Viagra or brand love-pills if you are not healthy enough for sexual intercourse or if you are not planning to have sex within a few hours! The drug is not expected to cause harm or birth defects to an unborn baby or pass through the mother’s breast milk and affect a nursing baby, however bear in mind that Viagra is a pill designed for men only! Make sure you keep it away  ...

Diflucan
...  it even if your symptoms get better. Tell your doctor if your symptoms do not improve. Limit alcoholic beverages! Bear in mind that the medication can decrease the effectiveness of combination-type birth control pills. This can result in pregnancy. You are advised to use additional form of reliable birth control. If you happen to miss your dose, take the missed dose as soon as you remember. If  ...

Accutane
...  Accutane treatment is very dangerous for a developing fetus. It is strongly forbidden to take this anti-acne drug if you are pregnant or breastfeed a baby! It is necessary to apply two forms of birth control before, during and one month after the treatment. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration states Accutane may cause depression and suicidal moods, so never overdose your drug and seek for  ...

Lexapro
...  will be taking will have to be adjusted, due to the physical manifestations that these things may have had on your body, whether visible or not. Also, it is important to consider your plans of childbirth or current nursing situation before you buy generic Lexapro online. This is because SSRI antidepressants may be fatal to a baby, neonatal or natal. This could cause immense lung damages to a  ...

Actos
...  you are pregnant, consult an obstetrician before taking the pill. When it comes to dosage of Actos generic, this is taken only once a day and should be taken with a glass of water. Just like the birth control pill, it is better when you take this at the same time every day, so that your body will be able to adjust to distributing the chemicals evenly throughout the day. If you miss a dose,  ...

Tamiflu
...  to certain drugs and medications. If you are allergic to any of the drug’s components, then you should not take the generic Tamiflu at all. It is because Tamiflu has been said to cause birth defects in pregnant animals. Although it isn’t tested yet on pregnant women, chances are that it will have the same effect. So if you are already carrying a child in your womb, or if you  ...

Valium
...  dosage that you should be taking, such as ketoconazole, prilosec, luvox, and prozac. Valium is also not allowed for women who are pregnant or nursing, as the chemicals in Valium may possibly cause birth defects, and it will also get into the breast milk, which will be unhealthy for the nursing baby. No matter how much you research before you buy Valium online, it is still best to consult your  ...

Xanax
...  allergic to them. If this is the case for you, consult your doctor for a proper substitute for this drug. Do not buy Xanax online or in any other way if you are pregnant. Xanax may possibly cause birth defects on the baby, such as breathing issues, heart problems and substance reliance for the child. Xanax has been known to increase the effects of alcohol, so it is highly not recommended that  ...

Proscar
...  you already have a good place for it to be stored. Both generic Proscar and the prescribed kind are dangerous for children and women, most especially pregnant women. Being exposed to this can cause birth defects in pregnant women. If a woman or a child gets exposed to a crushed pill, make sure to wash the area of the skin with soap and warm water as soon as you can. Before a man will buy  ...

Nolvadex
...  American Food and Drug Administration, otherwise known as the FDA, has rated generic Nolvadex as a pregnancy risk category D. It is known that this drug causes damage to developing fetuses and even birth defects. Trace amounts of generic Nolvadex can be found within breast milk and may have some adverse effect on a nursing infant. On that note, women who are pregnant, wish to be pregnant, or  ...


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