Project Description


The Pregnant Woman’s Pill Book
A Guide to the Most Frequently Used Over-the- Counter Medications

Author Name
Theodore Peck


About the Book
Every year, more than four million American women become pregnant. All of them, at one time or another suffer from minor but annoying health problems, which can be relieved partially or completely, by taking non-perscription or over-the-counter (OTC) drugs. These drugs are readily avaliable, relatively cheap and usually effective. Pregnant women are appropriately concerned about the potential effect these drugs may have on their developing babies and are usually reluctant to take these OTC medications. This is unfortunate because many of these medications are not only safe in pregnancy, but could relive a wide variety of annoying symptoms including: headaches, backaches, constipation, nausea, and cold symptoms, just to name a few. • This book provides factual information about the known saftey and usefulness of OTC medications in pregnancy.


The Pregnant Woman’s Pill Book Theodore Peck

Price: $14.95 US ISBN13: 978-0-883911-02-0 Trade Paperback 6x9 160 pages