How will taking Prescription pain pills during pregnancy affect your baby from between 37 and 39 weeks?

Answer At present, Buprenorphine(which is in suboxone) is listed as a category C drug for use during pregnancy. This, in the case of Suboxone, means that although scientists think it's probably OK – eno... Read More »

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Taking pain pills during pregnancy What are the dangers to my unborn baby?

Answer Acetaminophen (paracetamol) is quite safe during pregnancy but I would avoid aspirin and ibuprofen unless prescribed by your doctor.

Is it safe to take prescription pain pills during pregnancy?

No.... Prescription pain killers can cause harm to the development of the fetus. If you are in pain, take Tylenol. If Tylenol does not work, call your OB Dr.

Can taking ephdrine in the first few weeks of pregnancy harm the baby you were taking ephedrine as a diet pill and didnt realise you were pregnant?

I posted this question and just wanted to explain my situation more. I only took klonapin as needed with me i would only take half of one if needed. A months supply lasts me for sometimes 3-4 month... Read More »

You are addicted to pain pills and pregnant will your baby get taking from you?

Most hospitals screen for drugs and HIV/AIDS before/during pregnancy/birth... in the event of a positive result ..they are required by law to notify Child Protective Services... of course this law ... Read More »