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Tylenol has active ingredients of acetaminophen. It is often used in pain. (latest outcomes from Tylenol 53,038 users)
Miscarriage (spontaneous end of a pregnancy before fetal viability) has been reported by people with irritability, dark circles under eyes, thirst, memory loss, aplasia cutis congenita (latest reports from 58 Miscarriage patients).
On Jul, 29, 2016
No report is found.
I'm a mother of 3 two boys and one girl nd one angel baby girl.. She went to be with God last night at 1:05 am (3-30-2016) she was 12 weeks gestation... She was fully formed me beautiful.. My heart is broken and my soul aches for her the emptiness is the worse.. please say a prayer for me and my family
I've been taking tylenol every month several months for bad cramps in menopause n now creatinine is 1.50. I'm concerned. But my BUN is normal. And all other blood work normal. I'm 51 yrs old black female
When I was pregnant my doctor prescribed me zofran for nausea. Besides nausea my pregnancy was fine but after taking zofran I had a stillbirth/miscarriage. Just wondering if anyone else had a problem thanks
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