Several medications are safe to take while an individual is pregnant, and this includes cough drops and some cough syrups according to WebMD. Always check with an obstetrician before taking any medication or vitamins whi... More »

Some of the side effects of eating too many cough drops include rapid or shallow breathing, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, rapid heart beat or dizziness. While it's possible to experience these symptoms, people are no... More »

The side effects of cough syrup can vary, but the most common ones are drowsiness and dizziness, as noted on WebMd. There are many different brands and types of cough syrup, resulting is differing effects. More »

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A heating pad is an excellent alternative to pain medications for relief of back pain while an individual is pregnant, according to WebMD. A heating pad can be used on low heat and for no more than 20 minutes at a time, ... More »

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It's generally safe for pregnant women to take antacids such as TUMS to treat acid reflux, commonly referred to as heartburn, according to WebMD. However, there may be more effective treatments, including liquid antacids... More »

Cough drops are considered a low-risk medicine and are labeled as safe to take during pregnancy, according to BabyCenter. However, it is important to check with a doctor or midwife before taking any medicine during pregn... More »

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Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is a frequent cause of ovulatory infertility, but treatments ranging from lifestyle modifications to medications are often effective in restoring fertility, according to the National I... More »

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