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    Default Is it safe to take Zantac and Tylenol

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    I am on clomid cycle 2 and yesterday night I took my ovidrel shot. i have been suffering from severe headache and stomach acidity since morning..I didn't take any medication till now, but I am not able to control my pain...is it safe to take Zantac and Tylenol at this point in time...would it affect the ovulation?...
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    Not sure about Zantac, but my dr said you can take tylenol from ovulation, all the way til you give birth. Tylenol is safe.
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    Tylenol is okay and I believe my friend was taking Zantac when she was pregnant to help with her heartburn. Hopefully you feel better soon. I know when I do the Ovidrel shot I feel like crap the next day but the day after that I feel much better. Best wishes!

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    From the web:

    Zantac does cross the placenta, but reproductive studies in animals have revealed no adverse effects, according to Briggs' "Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation" (2001).
    In human babies exposed to this drug during all trimesters of pregnancy, there has never been a birth defect or pregnancy loss that could be directly related to the use of this medication.
    Zantac (Ranitidine) is an FDA Category B drug, which means that "either animal reproduction studies have not demonstrated a fetal risk but there are no controlled studies in pregnant women or animal reproduction studies have shown an adverse effect that was not confirmed in controlled studies in women in the first trimester and there is no evidence of a risk in later trimesters."
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