Confusion sees pharmacists deny first-line treatment

Experts have called on the TGA to clarify information about doxylamine, saying pharmacists often deny the drug to pregnant women trying to manage morning sickness Dr Debra Kennedy, director of the MotherSafe service at the Royal Hospital for Women, which provides advice on medicines safety in pregnancy and breastfeeding, and obstetrics and medicines safety pharmacist

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