Hey Jennifer! I had to take macrobid for a UTI during my first trimesterand I called Mother To Baby bc I was also worried about the different classes of drugs the FDA has because it was either a B or C. Anyways they totally explained it all and the class it was in just meant it didn't have trials on pregnant women but it was still safe to take. If you ever have any questions you should call them! Their number is 800-733-4727View Thread
Hey! I had a lot of gas issues early in my pregnancy and I was also worried about what to take. I found Mother to Baby online and they can help with any medications you might be worried about taking while pregnant. Those ladies helped me out so much in finding an herbal remedy that my doctor didn't have any knowledge of for helping my tummy! Their number is 800-733-4727 you should definitely give them a call to see if they can help you out with your medications too!View Thread
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