I was on a high dose throughout pregnancy and my dd was the most content baby ever. I didn't breast feed either. Do what works for you and your child 💜
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29-03-2014 13:57 #11
29-03-2014 22:14 #12Senior Member
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I was going to post a question on anti d's too!
Im on 100mg of dothep now and we want to ttc soon. I asked my doc and she said it's usually better for mum and baby that mum takes the medication. She saod I may come down from yhe dose a month before babies born to stop any withdrawl and I can go back on them the day baby is born and no issues have been reported on dothep.
I think safest I have read is zoloft but unfortunately that didnt work for me.
I know how u feel not wanting to be on anti d and be pregnant im scared of that too. My last pregnancy I was only on good vitamins.. this time will be on anti ds and I pray they really wont harm my baby. Talk to your doc and see what he says about the type u r on..
29-03-2014 22:30 #13Junior Member
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30-03-2014 16:40 #14
I saw Doc yesterday...she said No to taking any cause category C... she was looking for ones that are safe but all had big risks... shes just referred to me a psychologist... I spoke with the chemist and they suggested blackmores vitamin B stress relief... who knows if it's going to do anything, but anything is worth a try right now :-(
30-03-2014 16:44 #15
I haven't read all the replies as I desperately need to go back to sleep! But I'd get a referral to a psychiatrist, specifically one that specializes in perinatal care as they will be able to prescribe something that is safe and tried and tested. I had to see one while pregnant, I didn't end up going back on meds but I know there were definitely options had I needed to.
Eta: but definitely see of counseling works, it did for me.
30-03-2014 16:50 #16
I came off my anti depressants (Lexapro) with DS1. Huge mistake for me. It was not a good time at all. I am pregnant with #2 and decided not to come off them again. I did however reduce my dose by half and will be monitored by my doc if things do start to slip. So far so good.
30-03-2014 16:58 #17
30-03-2014 18:07 #18
30-03-2014 18:14 #19
Have you been referred to an obstetric psychiatrist to help you manage during pregnancy?
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12-04-2014 20:52 #20
How are you going OP? Have you been ok?
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