Isoxsuprine

What is Isoxsuprine?

Isoxsuprine (used as isoxsuprine hydrochloride) is a drug used as a vasodilator in humans (under the trade name Duvadilan) and equines. Isoxsuprine is a beta-adrenergic agonist that causes direct relaxation of uterine and vascular smooth muscle via beta-2 receptors.

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Hi Im 30 weeks pregnant. I have 2 fibroids also. at the initial of my pregnancy i had stomach pain, my doctor told me its because of these...

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Isoxsuprine causes uterine relaxation.

It is not contraindicated during pregnancy.

But according to US FDA, it comes under...

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Hi Im 30 weeks pregnant. I have 2 fibroids also. at the initial of my pregnancy i had stomach pain, my doctor told me its because of these...

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