Had Nimesulide Tablet In 24weeks Of Pregnancy

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Liani Says:
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I am 24 weeks running pregnancy due to common cold itook nimsulide tablet once..will its going to be effect my baby I am too much worry now please help



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Liani! How are you?

During pregnancy, it is always best to never take any medication, without first checking with your doctor.

This one should not be taken during pregnancy, according to the U.S. FDA as it may cause some problems. However, if you only took it once, things will most likely be fine, but you should make sure to inform your doctor, just in case.

Have you taken any other medications?

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