Can I use miconazole if I am pregnant or breast-feeding?

You should tell your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding and seeking treatment for a fungal infection. The effect of miconazole on a developing fetus is not known. Your doctor or pharmacist may recommend that you not use it. Miconazole can pass through breast milk to a nursing infant, so you should advise your doctor or pharmacist if you are breastfeeding when you seek treatment. A medical professional can advise you on whether you should use miconazole.

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