... best to avoid all medications in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. ... medications
are considered safe after 12 weeks of pregnancy.
Problem, Safe medicine to take when pregnant. Heartburn ... Cough or cold,
Guaifenesin, an expectorant (Hytuss, Mucinex, Naldecon Senior EX, Robitussin)
Many medications you normally would use to treat the symptoms of your cold are
not safe to take during your pregnancy. The following is a list of medications ...
As for which cold medicine for pregnant women Dr. Minkin recommends to her
patients: "During the day, regular Sudafed (pseudephedrine) I think is fine; in the
Few pregnant women make it through these 40 weeks without catching a cold at
some point. While there are some medications that are safe during pregnancy, ...
Since you need to be especially careful of what medications you take now, here's
what to look ... You'll most likely catch a cold sometime during your pregnancy.
If you' re pregnant and need relief from conditions like allergies, fever, ... or Adult
Robitussin<sup>®</sup> Peak Cold Cough and Chest (dextromethorphan, guaifenesin) ...
Catching a cold is never pleasant especially when you're pregnant and unable to
take your go-to medication. But there are other ways to give yourself some ...
QUESTION Many of my pregnant patients inquire as to what medication they can
use when they experience symptoms of the common cold, such as cough, ...
Aug 27, 2009 ... Coming down with the common cold is always unpleasant, let alone if you're
pregnant. While many medications are off-limits during pregnancy, ...