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What kind of medications should I avoid during pregnancy?

Women should try to avoid anything you don't absolutely need during pregnancy. There are safe drugs to take during pregnancy, including Tylenol and some anti-nausea medications, but it's very important to follow instructions for taking these medications and not take too much. Be sure to consult this with your doctor.

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