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What should I avoid while using Natroba?

When using Natroba, a prescription liquid medication for treating head lice, you should avoid getting it into your eyes or, if you're applying it to your child's head, her eyes, because it could cause irritation and redness. Cover your face or your child's face with a towel when applying Natroba.

Your doctor may also suggest that you not breast-feed if you're in contact with Natroba, because it isn't known if Natroba is safe for nursing babies. Do not use Natroba on an infant younger than 6 months old at all or on a child under age 4 unless her doctor specifically recommends it.

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