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Old 05-13-2009, 09:30 AM
SasAndYunah SasAndYunah is offline
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Default Re: Barney - 8yo Jack Russell Terrier

Hi Kelley and Leslie,

I really want to emphasize that a pregnant woman should not be handling Lysodren (or Trilostane) at all. Not even wearing gloves. I thought that maybe it was "just" a Dutch regulation but found the same on an American site...

"Cautions:
Side effects include lethargy, weakness, and vomiting. If they occur, stop using the medication and contact your veterinarian. It should not be used in pregnant or nursing animals. Always wear disposable gloves when giving Lysodren to your pet and wash your hands after handling this medication. Pregnant women, or women trying to get pregnant should not handle this medication."

I really like this to be very clear...

Saskia and Yunah
 

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