Ibuprofen taken in early pregnancy could affect daughter’s fertility – study – The Guardian

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Ibuprofen taken in early pregnancy could affect daughter's fertility – study
The Guardian
Ibuprofen taken by women in their first three months of pregnancy might reduce a daughter's number of eggs, potentially affecting the child's future fertility, according to research carried out on human cells in the lab. It is generally thought that
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