FDA Labeling Announcement for NSAIDS - What does this mean for pregnancy?
Recently the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it is requiring labeling
changes for nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). TEF thought we might answer
some questions about what the announcement means for use in pregnancy (Found at:
Note: This does not serve as medical advice for pregnant women, merely provides ...
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Any chemical or other factor such as heat stress, radiation, infectious disease or improper diet that causes harm to an adult can interfere with reproduction or a child’s development. But some factors can cause such harm to the developing child in the womb at doses or exposures lower than those that cause any obvious harm to a potential parent. These factors are then designated as selective reproductive and/or developmental hazards. Reproductive hazards can affect fertility by interfering with the normal development and function of the egg and sperm cells, interf...