Propylene Glycol and Pregnancy Toxemia Two years ago, when Trixie developed toxemia/ketosis (the terms are used interchangeably, though technically toxemia is before delivery, ketosis is after) about 3 weeks prior to delivery with a triplet pregnancy, I turned to the dairy goat and homesteader forums.
Propylene glycol is metabolized to lactic acid, which may lead to the reported lactic acidosis. The high concentration of propylene glycol contained in certain intravenous drug products, such as phenytoin, diazepam, digoxin, and etomidate, may induce thrombophlebitis.
Summary Propylene glycol is a synthetic, colorless, odorless, tasteless liquid that belongs to the same chemical class as alcohol. It should not be confused with the toxic substance ethylene glycol.
Glycol Ethers: Common Chemicals and Pregnancy Safety. Glycol ethers comprise a large group of solvents used industrially and in the home. The aromas emitted by glycol ether compounds run the gamut from odorless to quite strong. One form of glycol ether many women are familiar with is acetate-based fingernail polish remover.
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