Expert opinions? Which biploar and anti-anxiety medications are safe during pregnancy?

Coordinate Drs. If indeed you are having such symptoms, at least a visit to urgent care is recommended and if you feel you are at risk of harm to self or others a call to emergency services needs to happen. In general, there are psychotropics that are relatively safe staring in the second trimester forward. If time allows, discuss with ob/gyn or primary care physician first if need to see psychiatrist. Take care.
Whenever possible. Most psychiatrists will advise reducing psychotropic medications however there are times when the doctor will choose the least dangerous medications. Speak with your psychiatrist asap if you are thinking about getting pregnant and are on medication. It is important for both you and your infant's health. No one can tell you which medications without knowing your history.