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Safe medications for the mom-to-be

While some over-the-counter medicines can be taken safely during pregnancy, many others should be avoided. The same goes for prescription medicines. In this podcast, obstetrician-gynecologist Nancy Dickerson, MD, offers advice on using pain relievers, cold and flu medicines, some prescription medicines, vitamins and other remedies while you are pregnant. 

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