What medicine should pregnant women take for a cold or flu?

Answer There is no medicine for a cold or flu since there is no cure but there are medicine to help with the symptoms and if you have a headache you can take Tylenol if absolutely needed. If you need coug... Read More »

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What medicine can pregnant women take?

You can take tylenol, that is all and for amount you can take consult you physician, no gravol unless doctor okays it, no allergy or cold/flu pills/med, check with physician for asthma medication.

What medicine can you take for a cold when you're pregnant?

Antihistamines, such as Benadryl, are considered safe during pregnancy. The decongestant guafenesin, which thins mucous secretions, is also safe. If you have a cough, plain old Robitussin DM is f... Read More »

Can pregnant women take headache medicine?

Always check with your health care provider FIRST, but in general, acetaminophen (tylenol) is the pain reliever commonly allowed during pregnancy.

Should you take medicine when you're pregnant?

Not unless it is prescribed by a doctor who KNOWS you are pregnant. That includes over-the-counter medications.