Maybe I am an extremist, but I would have to say I would not risk taking any medications during pregnancy. It always seams years down the road doctors find out the things they said were safe, actually were not. Better off safe than sorry. They will reasure you that this is safe, and that is safe, but without proper testing over an extended period of time, there is no way to know what is safe and isn't. It is like the old vaccinations that came out, I believe it was in the early sixtees. My Mom was one of the hundreds of thousands who got it. Now over forty years later they are finding that all the people who had that vaccine developed a rare form of deadly cancer from ages about 20-40. Look how long it took them to pick up on that? Over forty years! Don't trust what they say, do it Gods way!
I do not recommend using medications at all during pregnancy. It is not good or safe for the baby. I used tums over the counter and it is safe to use.
Many medications are not safe to take during pregnancy, but most doctors will recommend Tylenol over anything else.
Yes they are safe but with the instructions given by the doctor.
Do not take any medications without talking to your dr first during pregnancy.
Yes there are many, many medications that are not safe to use during pregnancy. Please talk with your doctor about the medication you are referring to.
The use of any medications while pregnant should be discussed with your physician.
penicillin, amoxicillin, Tylenol
Ask you Dr. before taking any kind of meds. during pregnancy , all I know that is safe is Tylenol.
Something that would not be taken internally; most externally applied benzoyl peroxide products would be best to use during pregnancy.
Some medications include drugs to treat cancer, sedatives, Accutane, etc. You can find a complete list here: http://www.womenshealthzone.net/pregnancy/pregnancy-medications/unsafe-drugs/
This drug is safe during pregnancy.
They are typically not recommended during pregnancy only because there has not been enough studies condcuted to prove whether or not is it is safe or harmful.