Healthcare providers consider Tylenol the safest over-the-counter pain reliever and fever reducer to take when you're pregnant. Tylenol has been widely used for decades, and extensive research shows that it's safe to take during pregnancy. Expectant mothers often take Tylenol, with the active ingredient acetaminophen, to deal with back pain, headaches or mild fevers during pregnancy. But according to a new study, frequent use may be linked to poorer language skills and behavior problems among their children. So in this video you we’ll shear Five Facts about Tylenol and also some common problems which are help you. Here are some Facts AboutTylenol, 1- New studies have shown that the drug — also known as paracetamol and used to reduce fever and treat common headaches or muscle paincould affect the fertility of female babies. 2- It causes to have fewer eggs than those not exposed to this medicine. 3- According to Daily Mail, it's also been shown to have adverse effects on baby boys by raising the risk of infertility and some cancers also.
Here are some common problems caused by Tylenol: Pregnant women deserve drug trials, Melinda Wenner-Moyer wrote a few years ago. It’s still true. In the meantime, we need to drop the safe/unsafe dichotomy and take a smart look at what little data we have on risks. 1) Asthma. Research suggests using acetaminophen during pregnancy might be linked to asthma in children.
But again, more research is needed to figure out whether the effect is due to acetaminophen or other factors later, 2) Cryptorchidism. In this condition, one or both testicles don't descend, and some research indicates that exposure to acetaminophen – especially during the first two trimesters and for more than four weeks. 3) Behavioral problems. A few studies suggest that taking acetaminophen during pregnancy – particularly in large amounts or in late pregnancy – might be connected to behavioral problems such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and hyperkinetic disorders in children. 4) Tylenol-exposed kids also tended to start walking later. When you're pregnant, it's always a good idea to take as little medication as possible, so be careful not to take more than the recommended dosages and total daily amount. Taking too much acetaminophen risks injuring your liver and, later in pregnancy, your baby's liver.
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