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When should I call my doctor if I am using Natroba?

Call your doctor before you apply Natroba (spinosad) if you have questions about how to use it that aren't answered in the written package materials or if you have any skin conditions. You should check with your doctor before using Natroba if you're pregnant or breast-feeding, as there are no reliable studies to show that Natroba is safe during pregnancy or for nursing babies. After applying Natroba, call your doctor if you notice redness or irritation of skin, or if Natroba has accidentally gotten into eyes or mouth. If you or anyone swallows Natroba, call your local poison control center.

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