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An_217707 posted:
What can I take that is safe? Im about 4 weeks and dont want to risk anything.
yogijan responded:
this is straight from the approved meds for the first trimester list that i got from my doc:

for colds/congestion/environmental allergies: Robitussin,tylenol cold, nasal sprays, cepacol, nice, halls, sudafed, benedryl, actifed, chlor-trimeton, allergy shots.

*I am not a doc or nurse however, so please check with your healthcare provider to confirm these choices for your own pregnancy.
me(31)df(26)ds(6)dd(10) new LO edd 3-18-11 yellow team
An_217708 replied to yogijan's response:
Thank you for your reply. I did go talk to a pharmacist and they said it was ok to take tylenol. I honestly have felt like I had the whooping cough the past few days. Its starting to get better though and im so happy. I want to be able to breathe again.

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