Is it safe to take Chymoral Forte once daily for three days in pregnancy?
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Chymorol forte (Trypsin-Chymotrypsin) does not have very much research data in pregnancy but it should be avoided in pregnancy as it could be fibrinolytic. It is an anti-inflammatory used to treat pain and inflammation and to have a speedy recovery.
It can give side effects as well as vomiting, stomach ache, eye bloating, eye swelling, nausea, allergic reactions, loss of appetite, etc.
In normal ladies without pregnancy, long-term use is not recommended.
In pregnancy, it is better to avoid actually as its side effects could be different in person to person.
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