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    Yummymummy19850306 [sign in to see picture]
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    Had anyone ever used this in pregnancy as I'm slightly worried about using it, on the box it does say seek medical advice, but don't wanna go down that round if I can help it, and we have literally just bought it, hubby was defo not impressed last night 🙈

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    Following as I was interested in buying some too

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    NatandTom [sign in to see picture]
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    I am not too sure, it might be worth contacting live chat and seeing what they think?

    I do know that certain throat sprays used for colds and sore throats shouldn't be used during pregnancy and as these are similar, I would definitely consult someone first just to check.

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    If the box advises medical advice then I would 100% recommend doing that. 

    Sorry I know it is not what you wanted to hear but it's better to know for sure from the GP. 

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    LIL_KNOWN69 [sign in to see picture]
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    Hey, the official site has a drug info pamphlet "www.b2bdocjohnson.com/pdf/

    DeepThroatOralSpray_drugfacts.pdf"

    It does say to seek medical advice if pregnant so I would suggest against using this until you do speak to someone, you could just ask a medical professional about the ingredients and see what they say? Saves a bit of embarrassment ha. And congrats on the pregnancy!

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    Yummymummy19850306 [sign in to see picture]
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    Thank You for the advice. Looks like I'm going to put it in the back of the cupboard for the next 6 months 🙈🙈 least it will be something to look forward to once I have had baby

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    Yummymummy19850306 wrote:

    Thank You for the advice. Looks like I'm going to put it in the back of the cupboard for the next 6 months 🙈🙈 least it will be something to look forward to once I have had baby

    You could try playing around with some new positioning to try and take him deeper? I found hanging my head off the bed worked best for me when I was trying to practice my technique

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    LIL_KNOWN69 [sign in to see picture]
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    No problems, but safest thing is to probably put it away until the new arrival. Just make sure it's still in date as a lot of people do seem to forget all these products expire eventually, especially me. At least you get to give yourself a rest for a few months!

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    Last night my wife was face up lying on the bed with her head off the edge that way her throat was far straighter and I stood at the edge probably pushing it in a bit too far?

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