10 Jan 2012
Generally speaking it is best to avoid any medications in pregnancy, particularly during the first 18-weeks when your baby is forming its anatomy.
There has been lots of experience in using paracetamol at all stages of pregnancy and the risk of harm is regarded as very small.
So if you are really in need of pain relief,
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