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Shake That Ache!™

Pregnancy Pain Relief

Pregnancy and nursing can bring all sorts of pains in places you never thought possible. Get relief that helps eliminate pregnancy headaches, backaches, muscular aches, breast tenderness, mastitis pain and more! It reduces fevers and is gentle on your stomach, leaving you with one less worry.

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Shake that Ache!™

Acetaminophen Caplets 500 mg.
$9.99, 100 count

Contains the OB/GYN recommended active ingredient for pregnancy pain relief

Symptoms:

• Pregnancy headaches
• Aches & Pains
• Backaches
• Breast Tenderness
• Fever/Mastitis

Benefits:
• Fast Acting
• Fever Reducer
• Dye Free
• Aspirin Free

Nursing moms?

Shake that Ache!™ can provide pain relief for common concerns during nursing including general aches and pains, backache and breast tenderness. It may also offer symptom relief associated with mastitis including fever reduction and pain relief.

• Always consult your healthcare provider prior to taking any medication while pregnant or nursing.
• No medication is considered 100% safe during pregnancy or nursing.
• You can speak directly with an expert on medicine safety by calling OTIS at 1.866.626.68471.866.626.6847‬‬ or visiting mothertobaby.org, a service provided by OTIS.‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

What Medicine for pain is NOT recommended during pregnancy?

• ASPIRIN
• IBUPROFEN
• NAPROXIN: Use with healthcare provider supervision

 

Check out our Medication Safety Chart

Drug Facts

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Shake That Ache!™

faqs

Acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Shake That Ache!™, is used in all stages of pregnancy. It is the drug of choice for short-term treatment of fever and minor aches and pains during pregnancy. Acetaminophen is excreted in breast milk in small quantities but is not known to cause and safety concerns.

The active ingredient in Shake That Ache! ™ is Acetaminophen 500mg.

You should show your doctor the Shake That Ache!™ ingredient list. This link will bring you to the Shake That Ache!™ ingredient list.

It is very important to follow the usage instructions for all the healthy mama® products. Do not take more than the recommended dosage.

No, Shake That Ache! ™ does not contain caffeine.

When used appropriately, you should not experience side effects from Shake That Ache! ™. Consult your doctor if you experience any side effects

Shake That Ache!™ should be stored at room temperature in a room without moisture. Do not store in the bathroom. Make sure the cap is tightly closed. Keep out of reach of children.

We recommend you tell your doctor about all medications you use before taking Shake That Ache!™.

Yes, you should discuss your symptoms with your doctor.

Expert Opinion

Alyssa Dweck, MS,MD,FACOG  Dr Dweck.1

OB/GYN Medical Advisory Board Member

Is Acetaminophen safe to take during pregnancy and nursing?

Acetaminophen is a pain reliever and fever reducer. It’s commonly used before, during and after pregnancy for mild to moderate pain and fever. Since ibuprofen is not recommended during pregnancy, acetaminophen, Shake that Ache! is the preferred product for fever, headache, muscular aches and pains, back ache and breast pain, for example. In addition, since bleeding profile is not altered by acetaminophen, it can be safely used pre- operatively. Finally, Shake That Ache! does not irritate the stomach lining, and thus can be taken on an empty stomach if needed. The recommended dosage is 325-1000mg orally every 4-6 hours as needed with a maximum dose of 4000mg/day.

Fever reduction in the first trimester is of particular importance since high fever can impact fetal neural tube development at this early stage. One study which linked acetaminophen with ADHD, failed to establish a cause-and-effect relationship.

 

According to OTIS, the Organization of Teratology Information Specialists, “Taking acetaminophen at the recommended doses has not been shown to increase the risk for pregnancy loss or birth defects.” Dr. Alyssa Dweck, healthy mama advisory board member stated when discussing a recent study in the news, “the study has multiple limitations and needs to be taken in context. Data taken from interviews with women did not include acetaminophen dosage on average. Recall bias due to method of questioning used in the study is likely. The authors do not propose a working or plausible theory as to why there may be a causal connection between acetaminophen and ADHD. Most importantly, the reason for taking acetaminophen, an infection for example may in itself be a causative factor of ADHD. The ACOG has not made a formal position statement on the subject. It is misleading to make a global statement based on one study; in fact, even the authors of the study suggest further investigation is needed. With that said, most OBs will likely still recommend acetaminophen without hesitation for indications that warrant it.”

 

* The health information contained herein is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace discussions with a healthcare provider.  As with all medications used during pregnancy, risks and benefits should be carefully considered and discussed with your healthcare provider

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