Acetaminophen overuse during pregnancy could influence child’s development
(dailyRx News) Acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, is the most popular over-the-counter medication in America. At least one recent study has suggested that pregnant mothers may want to consider an alternative.
Researchers in Norway found that taking Tylenol more than 28 times during pregnancy may lead to a child developing more slowly during the first three years of life.
The same study found no developmental impact from the use of ibuprofen during pregnancy.
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