I agree you can call a pharmacist and ask! They have given me great advice. I don't see why not There are no controlled data in human pregnancy. Menthol topical has not been formally assigned a pregnancy category by the FDA. I'll definitely look into that.
So, don't use Ben Gay.
Menthol topical Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Warnings
Report This Comments optional Report. I know I should probably call my doctor, but at 3: Charlotte Kendall 2 kids; Westminster, Maryland 3 posts. References for breastfeeding information "Product Information. What can I do next? Oh, and definitely get a few massages from the hubby: If you can't get your doctor, ask your pharmacist.
Many of these chemicals are known to cause cancer, reproductive harm, and many other things. It is not allowed in the last trimester. Get a heating pad set on low heat for 15 or so minuets. If you cannot get relief from that, call your provider and get advice. If you can't get your doctor, ask your pharmacist. Menthol topical is also known as: It is an external medication.