Is it safe to take Enjuvia while pregnant or breastfeeding?

Enjuvia contains conjugated estrogens that increase the risk of malformations in an unborn infant. Do not take Enjuvia if you are pregnant. Enjuvia passes into breast milk. Do not take Enjuvia if you are breastfeeding. If you become pregnant while using Enjuvia, tell your doctor immediately. If you plan to breastfeed your child or are currently breastfeeding, discuss alternatives to Enjuvia with your doctor.

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