Can you take aspirin when pregnant?
Answer . According to my Obstetrician you can take Tylenol or Ibuprophen while pregnant.
Answer . \nNO, but it might make you very sick as it reduces clotting.\n. \nOnly abstention or contraception can stop you from being pregnant.
No. You need to take Tylenol (acetaminophen, paracetamol in UK)
NO NO NO Please do not take aspirin while you are pregnant. Take Tylenol or even extra stregnth Tylenol. Answer Asprin and all pain killers can cause birth defects. See you…r doctor for a pregnancy pain killer.
Nah you gatta take like.. Tylenol 3. or whatever its called.
It is generally not advised for a pregnant woman to take aspirin unless it is prescribed by a doctor. In some conditions aspirin is the appropriate choice, but it can have som…e consequences if taken in the wrong context. Other than the analgesic (pain killing) effect, aspirin causes the platelets in the blood to not clot as easily. This is important in the treatment in some diseases, but in pregnancy can cause problems with the developing fetus (rarely), or during delivery (often).
No. No regular aspirin, only Tylenol or ibuprofen until 22 weeks.
No. Nor is other pain killers, but you can take tylenol.. ANSWER . You should only take aspirin under the doctor's advice. Aspirin is an anti coagulant thus it is dangero…us when you are pregnant. If you have Hugh's syndrome or forms of Lupus doctors may prescribe it for you until the 35th week. If you have a chronic condition with the coagulation of the blood, you might even be prescribed heparin. However, you should always seek doctor's advice before taking any type of medication during and not during pregnancy. Stay away from aspirin. When baby comes, keep baby away from aspirin because of Rye's Syndrome. The best thing to do is to always ask a doctor.
i tried one but it doesnt have an affect at all......
It's a pain killer most commonly used for headaches. Some doctors prescribe small daily doses to heart patients.
\nAspirin causes the platelets in our blood to become "slick" and can inhibit or affect our blood's clotting ability. Pregnant women should not take aspirin due to the fact …that she could hemmorhage during spontaneous abortion or delivery.
Aspirin is Aspirin. When people say "Take an Aspirin," they are actually referencing the drug itself. If your question is "What other Over the Counter pain reliever/blood t…hinners can I take that do not contain Aspirin ," then I would have to ask what purpose you need it for. As for Pain Relievers, anything containing Acetaminophen/Paracetamol (Tylenol), Ibuprofen (Advil), or Naproxen Sodium (Aleve) may be of some help. If you're looking for an OTC Blood Thinner, Aspirin is your best bet, however Ibuprofen may also be of some help.
Nope! But it wont be healthy for the fetus. If you absolutely have to take something you should talk to your doctor. Tylenol is usually the thing you are allowed to take.
No Tylenol is better but always check with your doctor first and especially if this is something you need more then once.
No, Aspirin can cause fetal damage.
Acetaminophen or paracetamol is better than aspirin. It is better to consult doctor before taking any medications while pregnant.