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Expert reports about Other Conditions & Exposures

Desmopressin is also known as Minirin, Nocdurna, NOCTIVA, and Stimate

THE SAFETY OF NOCDURNA (DESMOPRESSIN) DURING PREGNANCY OR BREASTFEEDING

 

THIS MEDICATION CAN CAUSE HARM TO YOUR BABY: Nocdurna is not recommended for the treatment of frequent nighttime urination in pregnant women. Frequent nighttime urination (nocturia) during pregnancy is typically a result of normal changes that occur in your body after you become pregnant. According to the FDA, nocturia caused by pregnancy does not require treatment with Nocdurna. Your doctor will determine which medications are medically necessary during your pregnancy.


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