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Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
Doesn't it seem fair that we should be rewarded with immunity to all viruses and illness while our bodies are being used as a miracle-baby-producing-pod?

Unfortunately, it doesn't always work out that way, despite how much we complain to the powers that be. So, this article on which medicines are safest to take during pregnancy will have to come in at a close second.

You'll find a great chart that lists symptoms and safe medications you can take while pregnant.as well as some tips on using alternative therapies.

Sporting the stylish tissue up your nose while sleeping? Check out this article for tips on Preventing Flu in Pregnancy and see how to maintain your sleeping beauty charm the next time flu season rolls around.

Any secret tips of your own to share? What works best for you or what OTC drugs have you found to be safe and actually work? Share your tips or ask questions below.
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cl1234 responded:
NO medication is safe before, during and after pregnancy. Including immunizations. I will never get another flu shot and if I have a daughter, she will not be getting that gardasil and absolutely no chicken pox vaccine. We are setting up our kids to have immune systems that fail. My generation turned out fine without all that crap.


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