or any benzodiazepine?
You will have to ask your Ob_gyn about this for the best choice for you. It is usually better for there to be as little medicine going thru the Mom while she is pregnant, but the OB-Gyn is the best guide on this. One Lady posted her doctor said she could take one of 4 meds she was on, and the other one she asked said she could take all of them. I saw the 4 she had listed, I would have not tried to take any of those, not sure if she had some sort of injury or not, but there were several heavy duty meds on there.
I had a good friend who was expecting she went through a crisis and her hormones were out of whack, it even affected her heart so her OB/GYN (it's been about 5 years ago gave her Librium 10mg three times a day, she was very jumpy and I think they had concerns about early delivery and they gave her this but it was given via her OB/GYN doctor, what might be appropriate for one person might cause problems for another, she was fortunate and had no problems with the baby and was able to wean off the meds as soon as her pregnancy was over but checking with the doctor in a case like that is always best, I wish you safety combined with a happy healthy baby
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