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From Cary, North Carolina, USA:

My husband was taking Starlix [nateglinide] at the time we conceived our first child, and I have read that women should not take this during pregnancy and didn't know if it applied to the male also. Are there any concerns about the male taking a drug like this at the time of conception?


I do not think this is a problem. I would defer to the package insert for any data disclosed by the manufacturer related to this.


Original posting 1 Sep 2001
Posted to Family Planning and Pills for Diabetes


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