Painkillers during pregnancy ‘may affect baby’s future fertility’

10:55 EDT 16 Apr 2018 | Nursing Times

Women who take painkillers during pregnancy could be negatively affecting the future fertility of the unborn child and their descendants, according to UK researchers.

Original Article: Painkillers during pregnancy ‘may affect baby’s future fertility’


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