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Safe Strattera Pregnant
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
No -- Category C: Both strattera (atomoxetine) and Concerta are rated as fda category c in pregnancy. This means adequate animal studies to determine safety in pregnancy have not been conducted, and there is not controlled data in human pregnancy either. So, neither of these medications is recommended in pregnancy unless the benefit clearly outweighs the risk. Please discuss with your psychiatrist and your OB physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 35 ADHD adult on strattera (atomoxetine) want to get pregnant what other medications can I take instead can I stay on straterra
Probably: Straterra is a class c drug which means it has shown to be a risk in animal studies (or no animal studies have been completed) but not enough information exists regarding human studies. It is best to not take certain medications during the 1st trimester. All medications should be reviewed with your OB physician - preferably before you are actually pregnant. ...Read more
There any safe alternatives for straterra during pregnancy, or are all the add meds about the same in pregnancy?
Possibly: Straterra is a class c drug which means it has shown to be a risk in animal studies (or no animal studies have been completed) but not enough information exists regarding human studies. It is best to not take certain medications during the 1st trimester. All medications should be reviewed with your OB physician - preferably before you are actually pregnant. Many other add meds are also class c. ...Read more
Pristiq, (desvenlafaxine) trazadone, keppra, plaquenil, zonegran, Claritin, vitamin B, airborne immune support, stratterra. Can I take these if pregnant? which ones?
IT MAY BE SAFE: The dise is depdendant on body weight, so id a kid or teenager weighs 60 kgm it will be 1.5 mgm per kgm dose and some may tolerate but it is better to start smaller dose like 0.5 to 1 mgm per kgm and titrate up depending on efficasy and side effects, to reach the therapeutic dose which can be as high as 2mgm/kgm. ...Read more
Why would you?: Theanine is the major Amino Acid found in green tea, and some use it hoping for relaxing & calming effects. There's not much evidence documenting its effectiveness, though. Some animal studies suggest theanine might decrease the effect of stimulants. Strattera (atomoxetine) isn't a stimulant like caffeine, but is given to increase focus and concentration. Please talk with your own doctor about your concerns. ...Read more
No: With this combination, you could cause yourself increased anxiety, shakiness, tachycardia, increased bp, etc -- all the symptoms of having too much stimulation from the combination of norepinephrine and caffeine. The label of 5 hour energy doesn't say how much caffeine it contains. Please don't to that to yourself. ...Read more
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