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    20 week scan tomorrow! So excited to find out bubs sex. Then I can get stuck into preparing. Can't believe I'm half way. It's going so quickly!

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    What do people think about taking panadol when pregnant?

    I've had a shocking headache and can't shake it, so have just taken 1 Pandol, I got 2 out to take but could only take 1. I did some research and found it was ok to take, but just wanted to know other people's ideas!

    I don't normally like to take Pandol regardless of pregnancy, and have drunk heaps of water and tried to wait it out but it is now 4am and I can't sleep due to it so I had to do something !

    Thanks 😊

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    Hi @tassiewife from what I've read panadol and codeine are fine during pregnancy (if you can handle the increased constipation with codeine!) it's just the NSAIDs that you need to avoid like ibuprofen .......I've been in a fair bit of pain lately so panadol is somewhat of a bestie at the moment! Hope you got some sleep xo

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    I have been told Panadol is fine and have been taking it when I get headaches about once per week

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    Paracetamol and codeine are both proven safe. Ibuprofen are not recommended.

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    Good luck Peedypi! Can't wait to her what you are having 😆

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    Tassiewife panadol is fine I asked my Ob when I had a bad back a couple of fees ago and needed to take

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    Omg exciting peedy...!! Hope bubba is helpful and spreads their legs heheh

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    Panadol is fine. At one point I had a constant headache for 3 days and took panadol throughout the 3 days... My OB said it was fine.

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    IT'S A BOY! 💙 his little boy bits were very obvious!

    Scan went well except apparently my uterus was contracting which made it hard for them to get cervix and distance between placenta and cervix measurements. I might have to go back in a few weeks if the OB wants me to.

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