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Ulcerative colitis since 4 years,retention of salt and water in body,planning for pregnancy

h,i have ulcerative colitiies.since 4 years.& i used 2 take Pentasa & solupred 20 mg.i m planning 2 get pregnant .s it safe 2 continue wz corisone or not? & my body have retention water & salt due 2 the treatmant of cortisone .s it safe 2 continue taking hydrochlorothiazide in pregency,plz answer me.thnx.
Asked On : Thu, 8 Mar 2012
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

It is safe to be pregnant in the setting of a history of ulcerative colitis, but the steroids and hydrochlorothiazide should be avoided during pregnancy. Given that you are not pregnant yet, you absolutely need a pre-conception visit with a high-risk OB or a GI specialist to discuss the proper medications to be on before you get pregnant.

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