Our expert says:
The use of inositol(one of the components of Inofolic) during pregnancy remains controversial as of 2011. In a December 1998 article published in "Alternative Medicine Review," Lisa Colodny, Pharm.D. and Dr. Ronald L. Hoffman report that inositol may induce uterine contractions. Thus, taking inositol while pregnant has the potential to cause miscarriage, preterm labor or low birth weight. Researchers need to perform additional studies to examine the full effect of inositol in pregnant women. For these reasons, do not use inositol while you are pregnant without permission from your medical provider.
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