It is only safe to use if the mother is taking the drug as directed by the doctor. While the drug is safe during pregnancy, I strongly recommend that you talk with your doctor before taking the drug.

Ivermectin contains monephramine which is a muscle relaxant and thus can make your muscles tense. Monephramine can also cause the muscles to contract, making it harder for you to relax. In addition, monephramine can cause the fetus to contract. If you are pregnant or planning to have a baby, it is highly recommended that you discuss and discuss with your doctor the risks and benefits of using ivermectin.

Ivermectin can be used safely during pregnancy. However, if you have a history of severe allergic reactions, you should not take this drug.

Ivermectin should be used only during the first trimester of pregnancy (about 6-12 weeks). The second trimester of pregnancy (after 12 weeks) is also acceptable.

In the case of a severe allergic reaction, doctors will prescribe a higher dose of ivermectin. The drug is not approved for use during breastfeeding.

Although it is still not approved by the FDA, ivermectin is actually safe for pregnancy. The FDA is not saying it is an effective treatment for any drug, but it is safe for women to use. So, although not approved for use during pregnancy, it is not known to have harmful side effects, and many women who have done so have never experienced a side effect.

I’m not sure if the drug is safe for breastfeeding, but some doctors recommend the course of treatment to be taken during the first three months of your pregnancy. It seems that the drug is recommended to be taken if there is a severe reaction (i.e. a life-threatening allergic reaction) to any medication to treat a disorder of pregnancy.

Not sure what the side effects are on ivermectin, but many women who have done so have found the drug to be safe and well-tolerated. However, there have been cases of women who have had severe allergic reactions to the drug, and these reactions have been reported.

But there is no way to know for sure. If you do suffer from an allergic reaction to ivermectin, you would either need to have it taken off with an antihistamine, or have it taken off within the first three months of your pregnancy.

While there is no standard safe dose of ivermectin for you to use during pregnancy, the fact that you must ingest the drug for three months before it can harm you suggests that it’s probably safe. Unfortunately, you’re probably better off avoiding the drug altogether.

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