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Breast feeding and pregnant. Had ibuprofen and finished pepto bismal. What will the effects be?

i took Ibuprofen and finished bottle of pepto bismol in two day,half of the bottle in half hour ,later i discovered i am pregnant and also breast feeding six months baby....please i want to know what will happen to the fetus .i didn t go to obj yn and i don t have insurance ...please i want to know what will happened to the fetus thanks
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Ibuprofen don't causes any harm to fetus in uterus, so please don't take any botheration.
Rather this medicine is prescribed to new born, if needed.
Pepto bismol 's ingredients are bismuth subsalicylate + calcium carbonate ,again this medicine is safe for fetus.
So in my opinion don't get any tension and live normal life.
Good luck for your forthcoming new born.
Answered: Sun, 14 Jul 2013
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