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study in JAMA Pediatrics found that
the children of women who took acetaminophen while pregnant had a 30% increased
risk of ADHD during the first seven years of life, as well as a 37% increased
risk of hyperkinetic disorder (HKD), a severe form of ADHD. The more
acetaminophen used during pregnancy, the higher the child’s risk of
acetaminophen has no FDA classification for use in pregnant women, it is the
go-to over-the-counter painkiller recommended for expectant mothers. Given the
link between acetaminophen and ADHD, this drug should be classified as Category
D (there is evidence of fetal risk, but it may still be recommended in urgent
cases). Ask the FDA to warn expecting mothers about the dangers of
Please personalize your message, if you have the time!
Tell the FDA to Warn Expecting Mothers about the Dangers of Acetaminophen!
Dear [Decision Maker],
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]
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