What medicine can be used for coughing and sore throat while being pregnant and also while coughing chest my chest hurts?

Cough with pregnancy. I was always taught that delsym And Tylenol (acetaminophen) are safe to take care of cough and pain respectively. As always check with your obgyn. Either he or she are available or have a nurse or PA assigned to these issues and questions . Good luck and feel better.

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