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    8 months pregnant and have a severe head cold
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    An_247328 posted:
    need to know if sudafed pe would be fine to take, or will it harm my baby??
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Helllo Anon -

    Hopefully you have contacted your doctor to find out what you can take and are feeling better. There is nothing worse than feeling horrible when you are pregnant.

    Here is a link for which meds are safe during pregnancy -

    Taking Medicine During Pregnancy: Safe & Unsafe Medication

    Hoping you feel better soon,
    Elizabeth

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