No. No regular aspirin, only Tylenol or ibuprofen until 22 weeks.
If you take aspirin around the time of conception and in early pregnancy, this could increase your risk of miscarriage.
Nah you gatta take like.. Tylenol 3. or whatever its called.
Acetaminophen or paracetamol is better than aspirin. It is better to consult doctor before taking any medications while pregnant.
You are not allowed to take aspirin when pregnant and no it can not.
Yes,you can take aspirin while you are on propranolol.
It's okay to take aspirin while taking synthroid. (Do not take more than what is recommended on the package of aspirin.) If you are considering taking aspirin daily for your heart, it should be a baby aspirin or 1/2 tablet of plain aspirin.
While you are taking plavix do not take aspirin without your doctors aproval :)
ask your doctor or pharmacist
No, you will get pregnant, unless you really want to.
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 pregnant women are advised to take extra strength non aspirin tyneol
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.
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
What kind of medicine can you take to get pregnant?
you can overdose your body on aspirin which is really dangerous
Sure, why not?
ask your doctor
Aspirin can cause fetal damage to stick to Tylenol.
Many, many medications are unsafe to take during pregnancy. Even aspirin is not recommended. Consult a physician before taking anything.
can i take ranitidine while pregnant
No. Absolutely NOT.
No you will get sick.
NO. It technically depends on your trimester, but it is best to assume NO NSAIDS (like naproxen or ibuprofen) or aspirin while you are pregnant. Acetaminophen is OK, but always talk to your OB/GYN about this!