According to WebMD, Icy Hot is not recommended for use during pregnancy. Small amounts of the substance may be absorbed into the system, even though Icy Hot is used topically. More »

While it is generally safe to drive during pregnancy, pregnant women are more likely to get into a car crash during their second trimester, according to Laura Sanders for Science News. This increase has not been found fo... More »

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According to Drugs.com, Xanax is not safe to take during pregnancy. Xanax may cause harm to an unborn baby. The medication may also cause a newborn baby to have addiction or withdrawal symptoms after birth; mothers shoul... More »

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According to WebMD, topical salicylic acid is not safe for use during pregnancy. However, Drugs.com says that the safety of topical salicylic acid use during pregnancy and breastfeeding is actually unknown. More »

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Vicks nasal inhalers are safe for use during pregnancy or while breastfeeding, according to most obstetricians. However, it is important to consult a doctor before using any type of medication while pregnant or breastfee... More »

According to Drugs.com, Xanax is not safe to take during pregnancy. Xanax may cause harm to an unborn baby. The medication may also cause a newborn baby to have addiction or withdrawal symptoms after birth; mothers shoul... More »

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According to Drugs.com, the FDA assigns a pregnancy class C to two of the three active ingredients in DayQuil, placing it on the list of drugs not recommended during pregnancy. The third ingredient, acetaminophen, has no... More »