Question by  JRossi17 (788)

Can Tylenol effect ovulation?

I am on Tylenol and am concerned that I am not ovulating as a result.


Answer by  HelpfulAndy (1107)

Tylenol should not effect ovulation. If you haven't ovulated you may be pregnant. You can buy a test to figure it out.


Answer by  soothsayer (500)

Tylenol or paracetamol is usually considered safe for women of reproductive age group and does not affect ovulation unless in a rare individual an idiosyncratic reaction may pose some problem.


Answer by  gabriella10 (353)

No. Tylenol is an analgesic and does no have any effect on ovulation. You may have other problems affecting ovulation.


Answer by  keke (335)

No it is not effecting you ovulation, Tylenol is considered safe for womans ovulation so it shouldnt be effected so it may be something else you are taking its best to get check out by a doctor because tylenol should not be affecting your ovulation in any type of way


Answer by  Sara29 (52)

No, tylenol does not have an effect on your period. Other things such as stress, diet, sleep, etc can effect it instead. Other forms of acetaminophen also do not have an effect.


Answer by  cashian (376)

There had been reports in that Tylenol had mild effects on estrogen levels, thus effecting ovulation. However, Tylenol is acetaminophen which is a mild pain reliever. Excessive acetaminophen can cause liver damage, but probably not effect ovulation.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Tylenol has no effect on if you ovulate or not, there are many medications that can help in ovulation or delay it, however tylenol is not one of them.

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