Not safe. "usage of this drug during pregnancy should be avoided except when in the judgment of the physician the benefit outweighs the possible hazard. Please take note that this medication can rapidly be adsorbed by the placenta and my cause damage to the fetus's eyes.
There can be risks. You need evaluation to see if the benefit outweights the risk. There can be a risk to the baby, but we give to a lot of people who need it despite the risk. You need to discuss it with you physician.
Category. It's not recommended in pregnancy so your doc is just being thorough and confirming that you're not pregnant. Better safe than sorry.
Pristiq, (desvenlafaxine) trazadone, keppra, plaquenil, zonegran, Claritin, vitamin B, airborne immune support, stratterra. Can I take these if pregnant? Which ones?
Coordinate Drs. You would need to see your ob/gyn and psychiatrist and request they coordinate with you about the risks and benefits of the pregnancy. In general, there are medications are relatively safe staring in the second trimester forward. Take care.
Using the general. Health education portion of HealthTap can't substitute for getting coordinated care with your obstetrician, psychiatrist and pharmacist. They need to examine the need for each of these and then balance the risks to use the medication with the risks if the medication is not used. This is not a simple task.