Your baby's got a fever. You rush to the store, reach for the acetaminophen baby drops and can't find them! What happened?
Tylenol/Acetominophen can kill your child
Tylenol (known generically as Acetominophen) is an important drug when your child has a headache, fever, toothache or muscle injury. It can help ease the pain and allow your child to get a good night's sleep.
Unfortunately, Tylenol is also a powerful toxin. Too much Tylenol can kill your child. Lauran Neergaard says:
Dear Fitness Expert,
I'm trying to get pregnant and wonder about taking certain over-the-counter medicines such as aspirin, Tylenol, Chlor-trimeton (for nasal drainage from allergies) and Sudafed™. Would any of these medicines hurt the baby during the first trimester or later?
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