According to my Obstetrician you can take Tylenol or Ibuprophen while pregnant.
You are not allowed to take aspirin when pregnant and no it can not.
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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
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While pregnant you should only take medicines (of any kind) that have bee prescribed for you by a medical practitioner (a doctor) who is fully aware that you are pregnant.
NO NO NO Please do not take aspirin while you are pregnant. Take Tylenol or even extra stregnth Tylenol.AnswerAsprin and all pain killers can cause birth defects. See your doctor for a pregnancy pain killer.
Every Dr is different. He/she should give you a list of which medicines you can have while pregnant. I believe the one my Dr approved was Senokot...As always before you take any kind of medication while pregnant ASK YOUR DR!!!
Aspirin causes the platelets in our blood to become "slick" and can inhibit or affect our blood's clotting ability. Pregnant women should not take aspirin due to the fact that she could hemmorhage during spontaneous abortion or delivery.
NO! It is never ok to take ibuprofen or aspirin while pregnant. It can cause poor fetal heart development and miscarriage. Opt for a safer alternative such as acetaminophen (Tylenol); its less invasive and much better for you and your baby if used in moderation.Unless prescribed by your doctor, aspirin and ibuprofen are not recommended in pregnancy as they thin the blood and make bleeding a risk for mother and baby.
Yes, this is safe as long as you follow directions and do not take in excess.
It is safe to take aspirin while you're taking Simvastatin for high cholesterol unless your doctor has advised you otherwise.
When pregnant you shouldn't take aspirin but it can not cause miscarriage. Pepsi does def not cause anything but high blood sugar and possibly cavities.