I am no through the first trimester, with my first pregnancy I had a different doctor and while I didn't like the doctor as much, I still got a lot more information about pregnancy such as what to expect and what medications were safe to take... this time around I've gotten nothing of the sort. So my question is...
When can I take come EXTRA Strength Tylenol?? My headaches are pretty bad and now today I feel like I'm coming down with a cold... anyone know???
Extra strength tylenol is one of the only things us pregnant ladies can take... or you can try calling your doctor and see if they will prescribe you tylenol with caffine. I got those for my headaches last time I was pregnant and they are miracle workers!
Correct, you can take it anytime in the pregnancy, even in the first trimester. My midwife said that some dr's don't like there patents taking it because there afraid they could "overdose" on the Tylenol, but if you follow what the bottle says you are just fine.
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