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Pregnant. Suffering from anxiety, bipolar disorder and depression. Is it safe to take anxiety medicine?

i am 9 weeks pregnant and i have not seen a doctor scince i got my proof of prgnancy because i have to wait till the 20th of this month. i have ptsd, anxiety , bipolar disorder , and depression . i have not been taking my medications and my anxiety has been really bothering me for the last 3 days, and its really upsetting me and making me worry. i have tried alot of other things to help me calm down but its just getting worse. can i take my anxiety medication?
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Oct 2012
hi..first trimester is vital for the organ-development of foetus..but apart from this, judicious use of medication is recommended as continuing with your bipolar depression may hamper the birth weight of the baby..for anxiety, a minimum dosage of anxiolytic may well be chosen..and as you progress further with pregnancy, dose adjustment is required in a proper visit your psychiatrist regarding all these..have a healthy life
Answered: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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