We are frequently asked what pregnant women can take for a cold or virus. Most medications that are felt to be safe during pregnancy have not been carefully studied. The information that is available about medication use in pregnancy is based on experience rather than research. For this reason, it is always wise to avoid taking any medications during pregnancy unless absolutely necessary.
The following ingredients of common over-the-counter cold medications are probably safe in
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Tylenol Tylenol Cold Medication Multi-Symptom Formula Tylenol Cold Medication Multi-Symptom Tylenol Cold Severe Congestion (caplets) Maximum Strength Tylenol Sinus (gel tabs, gel caps, caplets, and tablets) Tylenol Severe Allergy medication (caplets) Tylenol Allergy Sinus Night time (caplets) Maximum Strength Tylenol Allergy Sinus (caplets, gel caps, gel tabs) Maximum Strength Tylenol Flu Medication Maximum Strength Tylenol Flu Night Time Medication (gel caps) Maximum Strength Tylenol Flu Night Time Hot Medication Packets Maximum Strength Tylenol Flue Night Time Liquid Comtrex Maximum Strength Multi-Symptom Cold & Cough Relief (tablets, caplets, liquid gel and fluid ounce) Comtrex Maximum Strength Multi-Symptom Acute Head Cold & Sinus Pressure Relief Tablets Sudafed 12 Hour Tablets Sudafed 24 Hour Tablets (non drowsiness) Sudafed Nasal Decongestant Tablets Sudafed Cold & Allergy Tablets Sudafed Cold & Cough Liquid Caps