This question was answered on Mon 31, Aug 2009 11:35pm by Dr. Pankaj Khater

Is it safe to take flumel tablets for the flue when pregnant

    
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Is it safe to take flumel tablets for the flue when pregnant

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Answer by Dr. Pankaj Khater  on Mon 31, Aug 2009 11:35pm:

Flumel is used for psychiatric problems like depression and for trigeminal neuralgia [nerve directed pain]. It is better to be avoided during pregnancy until and unless absolutely necessary. Please take medical advice before consumption
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