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June 15th, 2006, 06:16 PM
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can you nice ladies refresh my memory and tell me everything you can possible think of NOT to do hehe..im talking foods, cleaning products..anything!!

also im on wellbutrin xl for anxiety and i dont think i could handle going off of it,i suffer from massive panic attacks, of course if i have no choice i will but im hoping its okay ..it is category B. Also incase its not safe, anyone know of any that ARE? thanks ladies!

i go for my 2nd set of hcg #'s tomorrow morning..please pray for me..ill get them back monday
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June 15th, 2006, 07:04 PM
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Here's a site that I found early on that helped me to learn what to avoid, along with my pregnancy books:

hope this helps!

Things to do and not do during pregnancy
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June 15th, 2006, 07:39 PM
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hey just to tell ya

I have severe Panic disorder have since i was 4. They were pretty bad until i got pregnant, and they just dissappeared lol. It may just be me, but eh. dont take hot baths, just luke warm ones.
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June 16th, 2006, 04:32 PM
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I think you'll be ok with the wellbutrin. I would not recommend trying to get off it right now. I am on prozac and have tried to get off it while pregnant. Bad idea. I had such bad withdrawals from it. Under normal circumstances I probably could have ridden them out but with my hormones all over the place and with all the extra anxiety this pregnancy has caused me, I went back on. Acutally I tried to go on Zoloft because it is what is recommended for breastfeeding. That was a disaster. Apparently I don't react well to it. So I am back on prozac and feel great. My regular doctor is working with me on this since he knows soooo much more about these things than my OB who just goes by his little book - it says no breastfeeding on prozac so don't. While my regular doctor told me 1 ped. reported an adverse effect of a nursing infant with moms nursed and took prozac. 1!!!

I breastfeed both my others (although my second was for a very short time) and they are fine. My regular DR did want me to go on a lower dose and he wants to drop the dose even lower after I deliver. Much to my suprise I feel great on 10 mg right now. I used to take 20 mg.

Anyhow enough of my story! I guess I just wanted to let you know I think you'll be ok on the wellbutrin, especially if it is a category B. I know prozac is a category B as well.
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June 17th, 2006, 05:04 AM
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I think you'll be ok with the wellbutrin. I would not recommend trying to get off it right now. I am on prozac and have tried to get off it while pregnant. Bad idea. I had such bad withdrawals from it. Under normal circumstances I probably could have ridden them out but with my hormones all over the place and with all the extra anxiety this pregnancy has caused me, I went back on. Acutally I tried to go on Zoloft because it is what is recommended for breastfeeding. That was a disaster. Apparently I don't react well to it. So I am back on prozac and feel great. My regular doctor is working with me on this since he knows soooo much more about these things than my OB who just goes by his little book - it says no breastfeeding on prozac so don't. While my regular doctor told me 1 ped. reported an adverse effect of a nursing infant with moms nursed and took prozac. 1!!!

I breastfeed both my others (although my second was for a very short time) and they are fine. My regular DR did want me to go on a lower dose and he wants to drop the dose even lower after I deliver. Much to my suprise I feel great on 10 mg right now. I used to take 20 mg.

Anyhow enough of my story! I guess I just wanted to let you know I think you'll be ok on the wellbutrin, especially if it is a category B. I know prozac is a category B as well.[/b]

thanks susan!!
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June 19th, 2006, 06:38 PM
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I can vouche for the NO HOT BATHS!! I was in a very hot bath at 36weeks w/my DD and just when I stepped out my water broke. Luckily she was just fine even though she came a month early. I read that that was an old wives tale and I had a really long day.
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