Aceclofenac + Paracetamol Use During Pregnancy

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lk Says:

I am 8 weeks pregnant and suffering from flu since last 6 days. I took combination of paracetamol-500mg and aceclofenac-100 mg tablets almost everyday for this past week. Is it going to harm my baby? I also took nimuselide 100mg and paracetamol 400mg a couple of times. Please let me know. I am very much worried.

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Verwon Says:

The Aceclofenac hasn't actually beens studied in pregnant women, but there has been evidence to show some risk to the baby, especially when used during late pregnant.

Learn more Aceclofenac details here.

Nimesulide is advised against being used during pregnancy.

Learn more Nimesulide details here.

I strongly advise you to contact your doctor, so testing can be done.

Are you still sick?

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Sony Says:
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Is acelomec safe for pregnant women or not?

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Pharma guy Says:

Not at All....Not safe for children n pregnant females

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Arun Says:
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My wife had pain in her ear during her 6 months of pregnancy, for which she is taking acinac-p (aceclofenac) tablet. Is it safe for her?

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Ravi Says:
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Can aceclofenac and paracetamol be taken during pregnancy? I am 23 years old, I have piles and the pain is too much. Can I take aceclofenac and paracetamol or not?

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Rama Says:
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I am trying to conceive. Can I take aceclofenac / paracetamol tablets one week before my period date? Is it safe to use during pregnancy?

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Paul Says:
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My wife had only one tablet of aceclofenac 100mg with paracetamol 325mg between her 1st and 2nd week of pregnancy without knowing that she was pregnant. Will it be harmful for the baby?

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Aviram Says:
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My wife is having a fever and bodyaches. She is pregnant as we have found out last night. Is it safe to take paracetamol or aceclofenac for her fever right now? Kindly respond as early as possible.

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