I have been fighting through this cold for over a week and it is finally getting better, but I have this horrible tickle in my throat and I am coughing. Can you take a halls cough drop? I am 7 weeks pregnant. I am thinking this will help my cough a little but don't want to take it if I shouldn't. Does anyone know? I hate to call my doctor with such a little question.
I looked at the list my Dr gave me of safe over the counter meds to take. For Cough: Plain Robitussin or Halls Cough Drops. For Sore Throat: Sucrets or Chloraseptic Throat Spray. If you are uncomfortable with any of these, try some lemon drops out of the candy section. They moisten the mouth because they are tart and help moisten the throat. I hope you get to feeling better. I personally love Halls Fruit Breezers. They really help me. But, I need to check with the Dr. and make sure they are okay.
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