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I honestly think tylenol is your best option or asking a doctor .
Vicodin is a narcotic pain killer that is used for severe pain. Vicodin falls into a category known as “class C” in terms of its safety and its contraindications in pregnancy. There are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women. VICODIN Tablets should be used during pregnancy only if the potential benefit justifies thepotential risk to the fetus. There is some research to suggest that a newborn whose mother has taken Vicodin regularly through her pregnancy, prior to delivery, may experience some symptoms of withdrawal. In addition, taken late in the third trimester just before delivery may cause the baby’s breathing to be slowed.If you are taking Vicodin and discover that you have become pregnant, you should contact your health care provider. She will be able to help you with the latest information in terms of safety and contraindications of Vicodin in the first trimester of pregnancy. In some cases, it may be that the benefit of taking Vicodin in the first trimester does outweigh the risks involved with taking Vicodin in the first trimester. However, it is more likely that your health care provider may wish to use a different pain relieving medication, or use some other method to address your pain, rather than taking medications such as Vicodin during the first trimester.
You can also take Tylenol as a pain reliever....something a bit more mild.
The discomfort your feeling is normal......just bare with it, it will stop at some point. I don't know anything about pain killers, but maybe just double check with doc. As long as your not bleeding and passing clots with the cramping then your good to go.
I can tell you 100% you have not hurt your baby! Dr didn't even flinch when I told her! I have a beautiful healthy girl! I've had a couple friends who take benzo regular and drs didn't take them off just lowered dose. Baby had very mild wd syptims but very healthy! No worries! Congrats!!!!