Painkillers during pregnancy can affect the fertility of your children
If you are pregnant and suffer from headaches or any other problem that you want to remove with a painkiller, paracetamol is the safest option. Yet researchers have discovered that painkillers affects the fertility of your child and even your grandchild.
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh have looked at the effect of swallowing paracetamol and ibuprofen during your pregnancy. They have discovered that these drugs can leave mutation on the DNA, which can influence the fertility of your offspring.
Creation of sperm and egg cells
In an experiment, it emerged that tissue that had been exposed to painkillers for a week had developed fewer cells that make sperm and egg cells, reports Science Daily.
In particular, the effect on oocyte production is worrying, according to the researchers. When ibuprofen was used, production was reduced by half, using paracetamol caused a 40 percent reduction.
Researchers give pregnant women the advice to "be careful in taking painkillers." If necessary, use the lowest possible dose for as short a time as possible.
Do you have questions about the use of painkillers? Contact your supervising physician.
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