Yes, you can take venlafaxine while pregnant as long as you are at least 1,000 feet from a pharmacy.
The reason is that venlafaxine, a common antipsychotic, can cause nausea and vomiting, as well as be habit forming. The dose should be reduced if you experience these effects. If you’re pregnant, and you have any of these problems, talking to a healthcare professional is also a good idea.
As an added bonus to pregnancy, you can also take it before you get pregnant, as long as youre at least 1,000 feet away from a pharmacy. The reason is that the drug can cause a slight risk of birth defects. The dose should be reduced if you experience these effects, and if you are pregnant, ask your healthcare professional for advice. If youre still not sure which pill is best for you, ask your pharmacist.
It’s a good idea to get your healthcare professional’s advice on taking your medication and avoiding the risk of birth defects. I know that I’ve had no trouble taking my prenatal vitamins while pregnant, and I’m not pregnant, so I don’t have any issues with taking any drug while pregnant. I know that my mom took venlafaxine while pregnant, and it was perfectly safe to take during pregnancy.
VENlAFAXINE (or any other form of venlafaxine) is commonly used to treat anxiety, but it can also be used to treat depression. As a pregnant woman, this might seem appealing, but what happens on the morning of your baby’s birth? You will have less time for your mental health.
Venlafaxine was approved for use in pregnancy as of 1999 by the FDA, and is generally safe to take during pregnancy. If you start to develop any side effects, talk to your doctor about those first.
I know I’ve been using it at my end to just get myself back on track, so it’s a great way to treat anxiety and depression, but I’m wondering if it can be safely taken while pregnant. In general, this is a question that’s a bit of a catch-22 as it’s not clear what the proper dosage should be. For depression we would use a dose of 1,500 milligrams every night.
If you are pregnant, you might want to wait until you get your flu shot to take the drug. If you are planning on taking it, though, I don’t think you should do it while pregnant. It is contraindicated in pregnancy. The reason is that while it is contraindicated in pregnancy, there is no good evidence that it is harmful. And, in practice, even if it was, the potential side effects will be way too severe to be worth the risk.
The reason we don’t recommend it while pregnant is that if you are taking it while pregnant you could pass it on to your baby on the way to the hospital. Also, it is contraindicated in women who have epilepsy.
This is a good, new reason to take venlafaxine in pregnancy. It is contraindicated since it can cause seizures in women who have epilepsy. And, since it is contraindicated in women who have epilepsy, it is also contraindicated in women who have epilepsy in the first month of pregnancy.