The FDA has declared that the ingredient acetaminophen (tylenol) is a “less safe” in infants, children and teenagers and is “causing accidental overdoses in children.”
As of November 1, 2017, acetaminophen will no longer be available over the counter for children under 12. Furthermore, all medications containing this ingredient will now be labeled with a warning to read instructions carefully.
This section looks at the risk to pregnant women of using tylenol while they are pregnant because of the link to asthma in children.
With the increased risk to pregnant women, it is recommended that they consult their physician or pharmacist before taking any medication.
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