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  • lauralkemp lauralkemp's Avatar 12-07-08 | 10:39 PM
  • Again thank you all for your support and advice. I talked to my midwife and she said I could take bendryll or sudafed. I bought both and take them independantly not at the same time. I'm only using the benedryl at night and the sudafed as needed during the day.
    I feel much better except my face is all chapped. So I've been vaselining my face at night to help relieve the irritation. I developed a slight cough and I'll moniter it. If it isn't gone by Tuesday I was told by midwife that Dimatap is acceptable. Going to try and muddle through without meds except cough drops.

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