Before 32 weeks, things are a bit more controversial.
A lot of doctors would probably advise against taking ibuprofen early in pregnancy (during the first 8 weeks or so), simply because we know that that that is when your baby's organs are being formed and ibuprofen has never been scientifically proven to be safe at that time. (It may or may not be. We really don't yet know for sure.)
Between those two time periods (i.e. approximately 8 and 32 weeks gestation), a lot of us think that occasional ibuprofen use is reasonably safe, at least if it is used only in small doses (say, 200 to 400 mg, maybe even 600 mg once or twice) and only for limited amounts of time.
There aren't any super-clear guidelines that I know of, but I would definitely recommend that you avoid using ibuprofen regularly during pregnancy, for instance for chronic headaches or anything like that.
no coz it can harm the baby but after you have given birth yeah
It is recommended to NOT take Ibuprofen. What is safe though is Tylenol
no it is not safe, but you can take tylenol.
No. No regular aspirin, only Tylenol or ibuprofen until 22 weeks.
depends on what you have or if you are pregnant or not
You can take paracetamol. Ibuprofen should be avoided in pregnancy.
Tylenol is the only recommended pain reliever that a doctor will recomend during pregnancy...do not take ibuprofen as it can thin the blood and cause problems in pregnancy or delivery.
Those that are pregnant or with heart problems.
Take Tylenol instead
You should not take NSAIDs like ibuprofen, aspirin, excederin, etc while pregnant. Some may say just not to take it during the third trimester of pregnancy but I always ask patients "why risk it?". Take tylenol (acetaminophen) instead. -Pharmacist
Yes. Pregnant woman can take ibuprofen. But then paracetamol is preferred by most doctors.