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No : There are no medications safe while pregnant. It is a balance in between the risk of harming your baby and hurting your health. Some medications have been studied more in pregnant women, and results show that they do not harm the intrauterine growth or do not cause malformations. Consulting with a specialist is mandatory if you get pregnant while taking any drug. ...Read more
You didn't tell us: Which herbal supplement you were referring to. Some can interact with medications. Please either re-ask question with specific supplement information or discuss with your pharmacist or your physician. Take care. ...Read more
If prescribed: If your doctor has prescribed Ativan along with your zoloft (sertraline), (sertraline) s/he will give you a particular dose and timing schedule. This could be on a regular or as needed ("prn") basis. Used this way, Ativan and zoloft (sertraline) can be safe together. Sometimes Ativan can help anxiety temporarily, while getting onto zoloft (sertraline) for panic, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: All psychiatric medications will be present in breast milk. The amounts are very small, but definitely present. However, when considering this, you also have to weigh the risk of not taking the medication. For example, a depressed mother who does not take the medication may not take care of her child as well because she is so depressed. These are not simple decisions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've found no report: The info available is simply that there is no info. So, while no one has reported a problem, no one has declared it safe either. There are statements that it has no efficacy for the purposes it's used for. But you'd know how you feel about that. I would advice telling your doctor about taking it just in case you do have a reaction. They should know about all things you take. Best! ...Read more
Lexapro (escitalopram): Like most antidepressants known as ssri, it is category c in pregnancy which means safe in lab animals studied but no contraindication in humans as long as closely monitored by md, especially in 1st. Trimester where fetus is developing, and around time of labor/delivery to watch for side effects to newborn. ...Read more
Lexapro (escitalopram) and garcinia: Very rare side effects have included a drop in white cell counts, pneumonia, and liver difficulties. As with anything in medicine you have to decide whether the risk is less then the benefit. Please discuss this with your family practitioner or psychiatrist as well. ...Read more
No: These two medicines can have negative interactions so not advisable to combine them, also make sure you had normal liver panel before taking garcinia cambogia as a substance in it called hydroxycitric acid (HCA) can harm your liver. ...Read more
None: There are not really any safe diet pills. , there are many techniques that can help, given your use of prozac, statistically a casein free, gluten free diet might be helpful if you struggle with cravings. Find a counselor to help you systematically address issues tha tmake it hard for you to loose wt. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Drink andanafranil: Simply put no.Get a more detailed answer ›
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