Ioxilan is a prescription drug that is used for both men and women as a method of contrast in the arteries under an x-ray. This drug is in the drug class group of Non-ionic iodinated contrast media. This means that Ioxilan is a prescription drug that allows the radiologist to examine the x-rays more quickly and accurately. Please be sure to note that pregnancy risk cannot be completely ruled out for Ioxilan. Ioxilan is a class B pregnancy warning, meaning that there is no proof of harm for pregnancy in humans. However, it is important that if you are breastfeeding that you consult your doctor to determine if Ioxilan harmful to your infant. Always consult your doctor or other health care provider before introducing your infant to medications directly or indirectly. This will help you so that you may decide if Ioxilan is the right contrast dye for you.