What medications must be avoided during pregnancy?

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Hello guys i am 7 month pregnant . what are the medications we have to avoid . I have concerned a doctor but did not get good information . Is there any website or
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Hello guys i am 7 month pregnant . what are the medications we have to avoid . I have concerned a doctor but did not get good information . Is there any website or
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I have moved this question into the Health forum.
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I swear you made a thread on how to care for a newborn you had? How on earth are you 7 months pregnant?



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If you really are 7 months pregnant and still don't know what medication to avoid, I'm worried.

Otherwise, taking from your other thread, I doubt this is in any way a serious thread.

(PS NHS website :yep:).
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There are lots of medications which should not be taken in pregnancy, or only after discussion with a doctor. This really should have been discussed with your GP or midwife at booking if there's anything you're using at the moment. What is it that you're particularly concerned about?
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Maybe she got double pregnant!

There is a mutant gene that let's you have two vaginas, two ovaries and two wombs :awesome:
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Maybe she got double pregnant!

There is a mutant gene that let's you have two vaginas, two ovaries and two wombs :awesome:
I want one!
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Most antiepileptic medications should be avoided during pregnancy, also many, but not all antidepressants.
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Surely, this is something that would / should come up with your GP? I, for example, take an antiepileptic. It says on the box / leaflet not to take in pregnancy. I've also had that discussion with my consultant.
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