So, I have been on .75mg of Xanax for 4 months and was increased to 1.5mg of Xanax for 4 months. My husband and I have decided to try for our third child. I have selected a taper regimen (.25mg decrease every 5-7 days) I have also been practicing meditation and etc with my therapist.
I have polycistic ovarian disease and do not ovulate on my own. In order to conceive, I must use Clomid and Provera.
I also have Hashimotos/Hypothyroidism. I have been on 60mg of Armour thyroid for about 1.5 years now. I also chart (basal body temperature ) and just realized that I ovulated on my own this month (second time I have ever naturally ovulated in my life, I am 29 years old ) so I guess there *could* be a chance I could conceive this month. I am highly concerned because I am on 1.25mg of Xanax and know how bad benzos are with pregnancy. Everything I read about benzos and pregnancy was with women on higher dosages (2.5mg and up)
Has anyone experienced pregnancy with 1.25mg of xanax? I am highly aware of the Class D classification. I would like someone's Input that has had experience or knows someone in this situation.
Pregnancy and 1.25mg xanax?
Nicole I have seen many woman get pregnant while taking Xanax and not knowing they were and not had any problems and they were on much higher doses..And only started the tapering off after 3 months or so after they knew they were pregnant anyway the best is get a good taper off dose from your doctor.But the dose your on it would not be that hard on you even if you just split the dose in half and work through it. Best wishes and good luck to you and your Husband But call your Obgyn today and see what she or he has to say.
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