Is it safe to take medications containing acetaminophen while pregnant?

Yes. Tylenol (acetaminophen) (acetomenophen) products are considered safe at anytime in the pregnancy and while nursing.
Yes. For most women, Acetaminophen is safe. Be sure to limit yourself to 3000mg a day which is 6 extra strength tablets. If you have any liver disease, ask your doctor before you take acetaminophen.
Yes. Acetaminophen is the go-to pain reliever for pregnancy and post-partum. Tylenol (acetaminophen) is the brand name most people are familiar with, and most prescription pain relievers contain Acetaminophen as well. One caveat -- too much can actually be toxic to the liver.
Yes. Tylenol (acetaminophen) is the first medication I recommend to pregnant patients for pain because of its track record as a relatively safe medication in pregnancy. As with anyone who uses it, you should avoid it if you have liver problems.
Yes. There is no problem with taking acetominophen (tylenol) during your pregnancy. However, some acetominophen medications (ie cold medications) contain additional medications, and you should always consult with your physician prior to taking.