Oralone Pregnancy

(Triamcinolone)

  • Cream, gel, or ointment
  • Adrenal insufficiency Allergic rhinitis
  • Seasonal or perennial Asthma Carditis (Acute)
  • Rheumatic Disorder of endocrine system Disorder of eye Disorder of gastrointestinal tract Disorder of hematopoietic structure Disorder of respiratory system Disorder of skin Drug allergy Exacerbation of multiple sclerosis (Acute) Inflammatory disorder of musculoskeletal system Neoplastic disease Nephrotic syndrome
  • Idiopathic or lupus erythematosus-induced Systemic lupus erythematosus Transfusion reaction due to serum protein reaction Trichinosis
  • With neurologic or myocardial involvement Tuberculosis of meninges; Adjunct
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Is Oralone (Triamcinolone) safe during pregnancy or nursing?

The FDA category for this medication is C. It is advised that you: Weigh risks vs. benefits
Pregnancy

Oralone (Triamcinolone) pregnancy info from our pharmacists

  • Upsides
  • No info available
  • Downsides
  • No info available
  • Tips
  • No info available
  • Risks
  • No info available
Source: FDA package insert