Avoid Paracetamol During Pregnancy

Avoid Paracetamol During Pregnancy As It May Damage Your Daughter's Fertility

Researches at Copenhagen University recently have concluded that taking Paracetamol during pregnancy may damage your daughter's fertility.

Paracetamol are generally used by pregnant women which is often a common pain relief treatment.

This not only affects your daughter's fertility during pregnancy but also affect male reproductive system.

The research were conducted on this topic for few years in the past, however this was concluded only few days back.

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Researchers from Copenhagen University Hospital found that human ovaries exposed to paracetamol for a week in laboratories lost up to 40 percent of their egg cells.

The scientist involved in the research concluded that rodents who were given paracetamol during pregnancy at doses equivalent to what a woman might take for pain relief produced offspring with fewer eggs, which concluded that as when they will grow old they will lose the ability to produce kids.

“Although this may not be a severe impairment to fertility, it is still of real concern since data from three different labs all independently found that paracetamol may disrupt female reproductive development in this way, which indicates further investigation is needed to establish how this affects human fertility” said David Kristensen from the University of Copenhagen.

This can be deemed as a warning for pregnant women to only take paracetamol when the pain is extreme.