Can You Take Tylenol PM While Taking Baby Aspirin

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sashasmama - December 3

Hi, I'm almost 9 weeks. I take baby aspirin every day for the blood clotting disorder I have. I haven't been able to sleep in about 2-3 weeks now. I am extremely tired and fatigued, but cannot fall asleep. Besides the trips to the bathroom and my back feeling uncomfortable, and stuffy nose, I just can't fall asleep. I lay there and lay there and yawn and no matter how hard I try, I can't sleep. I'm about worn out to the point of not being able to do anything and I need to be taking care of my toddler. Is it safe to take a tylenol Pm once in a while when taking baby aspirin?

 

newlywed0915 - December 3

You poor thing! I'd ask your doctor whats safe to take. They might have some natural remedy that could work too. Hope you get some sleep soon!

 

hioannidis - December 3

I think it's best that you talk to your doctor.

 

stefkay - December 3

Hi! I got your post on the other forum and posted back :) So good to see you on here and that all is well!!! Ok, I'm having a similar thing. When I wake up for my last pee of the night at around 4am or so I can never fall back asleep until like 6! By then I fall into a coma and find it impossible to wake up at 7:45 like I need to to start working at 8. It's not every night, but most of the nights it's like that. I think Tylenol PM with aspirin is ok, but really you should probably call your doctor first and ask as I'm not 100% sure. I wanted to ask, weird question. but how many times do you all get up to pee in the night? I used to get up 2 and 3 times tops and now I'm in my 10th week (9w 2d) and I'm finding I only get up like 1 to 2 times in the night. Every little loss of symptoms freaks me out!!! I've read of women getting up 5 times and more a night to pee and I've never been like that so I worry.....thanx

 

sashasmama - December 3

Thank you guys. I can't call the dr. because I don't have one yet :( this insurance wait is starting to get on my nerves. I know tylenol does already have acetaminophen in it and the sedative is of benadryl quality...I just don't want to overtake the acetaminophen, since I already take the baby ones. Stef, wow, I never woke up to pee that many time, but maybe that's because I never woke up to pee at all before getting prego. I wake up 2 times, but I always try to cut down the liquids about 2 hours before bed and throughout the night, and if I didn't, I'm sure I'd be peeing all night long. Do you drink a lot before bed? I don't really have every symptom anymore, it's just the general c___ppy feeling all day of being so freaking tired and nauseaus, now my legs hurt too...I don't know. The preg. with my daughter was soooo much easier. And I'm only 9 weeks! I think that our symptoms are easing up as we head toward the 12th week...oh yeah, should we count it to 14 weeks? Since the 2 weeks they add aren't even pregnancy weeks?

 

stefkay - December 3

No, as far as I know everything is dated from last period (lmp) so when any week is referred to it is correct and you shouldn't have to add 2 weeks. I try to cut back on fluids too, but I'll drink some water and then pee before bed, then I get up to go around 1-2am, and then again about 4am (that is if I go to bed at lik e10 or 11).

 

sashasmama - December 3

Oh yeah, and besides the two times I wake up to pee, there are about other 3 times when my daughter wakes up to pee and drink milk. So I guess I'm getting my training now...I'm starting to worry about the co-sleeping arrangement we have going on, hahahaha, I can't even imagine. I think I'll be separating with the baby to another room, of course if I even make it that far.

 

sashasmama - December 3

Yeah, my times are about the same, I go to bed at 8:30-9 (yes, I know, lol), but it takes me a long time to fall asleep, then I'm up at about 11:30 and then again close to 5 a.m.

 

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