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THE SAFETY OF CLOTRIMAZOLE DURING PREGNANCY OR BREASTFEEDING 

 

THIS MEDICATION IS UNLIKELY TO CAUSE HARM TO YOUR BABY: Topical clotrimazole is considered a first-line antifungal medication in pregnancy. Use of clotrimazole during pregnancy is not expected to be harmful to the developing baby. Intravaginal clotrimazole should only be used during the second or third trimesters of pregnancy. Topical and intravginal clotrimazole are expected to pose a low risk of harm to nursing infants.


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