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

If you're pregnant or breast-feeding, talk to your doctor before using Natroba (spinosad), a liquid that's been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for treating head lice in people ages 4 and older. There are no studies in humans to prove that Natroba is safe for use during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Never use Natroba on an infant under 6 months. Natroba contains benzyl alcohol, which can be dangerous for a very young baby when absorbed by the skin.

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