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24 May 2011

Certain antibiotics during pregnancy may be safe after all

Ob/gyn group says they're OK for treating urinary tract infections if no other alternative

Ob/gyn group says they're OK for treating urinary tract infections if no other alternative

But after reviewing the existing research, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (ACOG) determined that the antibiotics are still "appropriate when there is no suitable alternative," according to an ACOG news release.

 
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