Federal health officials warn pregnant women about taking ibuprofen

Pregnant women should avoid a group of common pain relievers, including Advil and Aleve, for the last four months of pregnancy, officials said.
0:19 | 10/16/20

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To be index of other news tonight of the new warning for pregnant women about some common pain relievers the FDA now says a group of anti inflammatory drugs. With over the counter ingredients including Ibuprofen can cause rare kidney damage in the B. Officials say the new warning just not a plight of low dose aspirin of course the best advice comes from your own doctor.

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