Pregnancy Learning Center
You feel sick but happy. You're tired but excited about the future. Your body is changing and your moods are volatile. You are pregnant. Are you ready? Learn about what's happening to you and your baby at the Pregnancy Learning Center.
Speak with your doctor before taking any medication if you're ... medications are
considered safe after 12 weeks of pregnancy.
Some medications can be dangerous during pregnancy. Here's a list from
WebMD of safe medications during pregnancy and a look at the use of ... Cold
Some of the ingredients in cold medications are considered safe for pregnant
women, but others should be avoided. Most cold medicines are multi-symptom ...
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 ...
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, ...
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
If you' re pregnant and need relief from conditions like allergies, fever, ... or Adult
Robitussin<sup>®</sup> Peak Cold Cough and Chest (dextromethorphan, guaifenesin) ...
Nov 10, 2015 ... Not all medications are safe to use when you're expecting. Here's how to safely
treat colds while pregnant.