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... Just curious about the effects of beta-blockers (specifically Inderal) and pregnancy. My goal has always been to be off all meds (which currently is only Inderal) when I get pregnant. But just curious about the effects of these on the fetus if I still need to be on it. (I'm not pregnant yet...in another year or two!) (0 replies)
... Can I ask why you both needed a beta blocker during pregnancy? ... (42 replies)
... In canada, the beta blocker of choice in pregnancy is labetolol. ... (42 replies)

... is inderal safe 9 weeks pregnancy (0 replies)
... Good point abbygirl! I probably should have said Ontario...the guidelines here suggest methyldopa as a first line agent to bring down high blood pressure in pregnancy, and labetolol as a second line agent. ... (42 replies)
... And baby is great at 21 months now. If you had SVT during pregnancy it could deprive your baby of oxygen which can do damage. ... (4 replies)
... My gp and cardiologist both told me that it was ok to take a beta blocker while pregnant. My pharmacist on the other hand told me that if I were his wife, he'd never let me take it. ... (4 replies)
... have almost no long term side effects. In the absence of asthma or underlying diabetes there are no known long term side effects. ... (9 replies)
... I am currently 32 weeks pregnant and am struggling to stay off them, my PVC's are getting worse, so i may well start taking them in the next few weeks. ... (4 replies)
... Is there a beta blocker that can be taken during pregnancy? ... (42 replies)
... I am very sorry you are in the same boat as me. I also have viral as per my doctors who really can't tell me how I got it or which kind it is. ... (42 replies)
... Hang in there! ... (42 replies)
... I have now by typing in the medicine first and then category B. I found out that the medication I take Coreg is a category C. ... (42 replies)
... I have mixed feelings about this perinatologist I saw. I don't know what to think now. He didn't tell me I couldn't do this but he said there are risks with ever pregnancy and my case was just slightly higher a risk then someone who has no conditions. He said from a medical opinion no one should ever be pregnant. WHAT? ... (42 replies)
... Thank you so much. I am going to do that right now :) (42 replies)
... As far as meds during pregnancy go, you'll want to go on "catagory B" meds. These are the safest for pregnancy. ... (42 replies)
... Did you have pregnancy induced hypertension, or did you have hypertension prior to being pregnant? ... (42 replies)
... Yes, I'm still here!!!! I usually check in everyday and see what's going on with everyone. Nothing new here. My last echo in August showed no improvement.... ... (42 replies)
... one again. The pernatoligist was just a waste of time. He told me something totally different then he told my other doctor. He said he would moniter me during a pregnancy and it would be fine to stay on the Coreg. ... (42 replies)
... I took Tenormin 100 mg. throughout my pregnancy. 41 weeks later, my healthy daughter was born. She is now 16 and has been in the gifted class for years, plus she is beautiful and normal. I also nursed her while taking the Tenormin! ... (42 replies)




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