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Can You Take Lorazepam While Pregnant
Risk/benefit: Generally try to avoid in the 1st trimester, though the risk of cleft palate and lip may be less than once thought. Safe in the 2nd and 3rd trimester, with high doses maybe some risk of decreased muscle tone/slowed breathing (rare). There is a risk of preterm labor and low birthweight infants, as well as pre-eclampsia in anxiety disorders. Please see mass general's women's mental health page! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Talk to OB: A lot of people take low doses of this type of drug for this reason and it shouldn't be a problem if taken occasionally, but as much as possible, it should be avoided. It is always best to ask your OB these questions though. ...Read more
Can I take. 5mg Xanax (alprazolam) at 12:48am and then. 5mg lorazepam at 4:13pm? Pregnant 10 weeks, 27yrs old.
Can I take lorazepam after iui while waiting for pregnancy confirmation. I had iui this past Thursday and Friday?
Yes, but...: You can if there's a clear medical need, but you shouldn't unless it's truly necessary. If you have an OBG doctor as him/her what he/she thinks. ...Read more
I'm on 3 mg of ativan (lorazepam) a day and trying to concieve, ob said it was ok until + pregnant test then must stop, is it truly ok to take while trying to conciev?
Taper: Why u take Ativan 3 mg for anxiety need to taper slowly 10 percent weekly also taking frolic acid 1 mg daily never stop Ativan suddenly always taper slowly you should taper before getting pregnant i'd you take for anxiety you have option to start Buspar (buspirone) if for depression than ssri. Hope that helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
19 weeks pregnant & breastfeeding a 2y old. I suffer from major panic attacks & agoraphobia they prescribed me. 5 lorazepam before okay to take it 1 a month?
Ativan (lorazepam) pregnant: I have prescribed it but I do this with my patients not to them. I go over the risks, benefits, side effects, and alternatives and after the first trimester the risk of birth defects is reduced. Also no caffeine, tobacco, or other stimulants--even sugar. I have used antidepressants during pregnancy with no defects or suits. The main thing is good communication and a + relationship with ur ob/gyn. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been taking ativan (lorazepam) for about a year. Would it be ok to try to grt pregnant if I stop using ativan (lorazepam) now?
Work with doctor: Please, please work with your doctor if wanting to taper off ativan (lorazepam). Not only can withdrawal happen if stopping too suddenly, but the basic reason for which Ativan (lorazepam) was prescribed, can exacerbate. If the taper is successful, then becoming pregnant is not impacted by a medication you're concerned about. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ativan (lorazepam) while ttc, my ob said its fine until I'm pregnant than must stop..... Is this accurate information?
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Will taking ativan (lorazepam) before knowing/confirming pregnancy (ex: taking ativan (lorazepam) 1st few weeks) harm the development of the baby?
Teratogenicity: Ativan (lorazepam) has psychogenic effect even in a developing fetus. Its accidental use early in pregnancy has not been fully elucidated as yet. There were studies that correlated its teratogenicity with craniofacial and nerve migration and formation but these are more in the 2nd trimester. Talk to your ob-gyn, they may have more info. Good luck. I'm sure you'll both be fine. ...Read more
My girlfriend is pregnant and addicted to ativan (lorazepam).I've read a lot about sideeffects while taking this during pregnancy. How can she get off this?
Ativan; pregnant: 1st trimester usually most serious for fetal damage from drugs. See OB for monitoring fetus. Have prescribing doc change to Buspar (buspirone) (category b compared with ativan's category d) or undertake rapid withdrawal from ativan. Use meditation, exercise, yoga, tai chi, biofeedback for anxiety. ...Read more
I am trying to get pregnant but am on Effexor (venlafaxine) and using lorazepam for anxiety. Am having pregnant symptoms but might be side effects. Do I stay on meds?
FDA Categories C & D: Pulease don't rely on input from unknown on-line doctors to make this decision. This requires careful decision making between you, your psychiatrist and the obstetrician. Lorazepam is category d which means it can harm a fetus. However, one may need to taper off this medication. Effexor (venlafaxine) is fda pregnancy category c. The benefits would need to clearly outweigh risks for category c. Talk to your dr. ...Read more
Stop; read my commen:
Pregnancy, we all agree, is part of the develop process.
Its drives are powerful.
Your child is literally installing the basic structure of who this person will become. So keep all meds to a
Both meds affect your brain, though Klonopin (clonazepam) is safer in both areas. ...Read more
How long does it take to get Lyrica, (pregabalin) Prozac and Lorazapam out my system safely before getting pregnant?
Planning a pregnancy: If you were prescribed these meds by your doc, they must be for a medical condition (depression? anxiety? fibromyalgia?). Its very important that you discuss your plans to become pregnant, the right way to come off your meds, and the proper way to treat your condition so you can have a healthy pregnancy. Ask your doc when it would be safe to start trying to conceive :) ...Read more
Woman just found out she is 7 1/2 months pregnant and has been taking trazadone, lorazapam, methadone, sodium bi carbonate, lac pregnant she has also been takin lactolose lithium cumadin warafarin alcohol what is gonna be wrong with the baby
The: The most important thing in this complicated situation is that the patient closely establish with a gynecologist so that she can have a complete evaluation including an ultrasound. Although all medications carry risks during pregnancy, in the majority of cases the baby is fine. Of course with Methadone there are risks of addiction at birth so the baby will need to be monitored closely, and Coumadin (warfarin) is a blood thinner that can't be taken during pregnancy but there alternatives such as variants of heparin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer