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... years to control Crohn's Disease related problems. This seems to have worked, but I have recently found out that I am pregnant and am concerned about the effects on the baby. ... (24 replies)
... I personally never liked taking the drug because it really didnt help me anyway,I stilled flared while on it and my immune system was so low I got a terrible case of the Shingles. I know it is one drug I will not resume taking after I have the baby. ... (24 replies)
... it up, cause I was curious when you said that, I was trying to figure out why, if there were other drugs that didn't have apsrin, my orignal dr. didnt' start me on them orignally. So, that is why alot of the drugs are also dangerous during pregnancy. ... (24 replies)

... my consultant is probably the person with the most expertise on this matter in the area where I live. ... (24 replies)
... luding long term it may cause. I have heard the baby may be more supseptible to cleft palate as mention above already. But like also mentioned it is better to be on a drug that you really must be on to remain healthy throughout your pregnancy. A flare up could be so much worse. ... (24 replies)
... about chrons' but I have heard that alot of women with other stomach and intestinal problems experince flareups after birth. So, it may be best for you to stay on it. Especially since you would have to be off it for those last couple of months in pregnancy and you could have a flareup then. ... (24 replies)
... if the man is on imuran it can affect the baby, you will have to check with the dr to see what it can do. ... (24 replies)
... heart tx patient 2 years post. He is in great health and I do not take any medications. But I am still very nervous about any side effects his meds my have had on the baby. Any help would be appreciated. ... (24 replies)
... And that is where hte asprin affects. the whole reason they started me on the imuran is because all the other drugs are asprin based. ... (24 replies)
... that Pepto Bismol is full of asprin, and I used to drink it like water, and it didnt' bother me, so while I was in the hospital the last time, my new dr tried me on asacol. ... (24 replies)
... I think it might be called something like Remicade. They were going to try that on me before they recommended the Imuran but decided against it when I said I was trying to get pregnant. ... (24 replies)
... Well I can't find that info, but I did find something else. If you are on imuran you should not be around people who have recieved live vaccines. ... (24 replies)
... I don't think that the immuran helps me much either, I always had mini flare ups when I was just on it. When I started taking the asacol though, i was much better. ... (24 replies)
... is sooo understanding of people when they dont feel good...but I cant help but feel a little quilty for her seeing her Mommy sick so much. Having a baby is hard on anyone,but to get sick on top of it is just really hard. ... (24 replies)
... und like Imuran is working very well for you, Emily's Mama. I was told that Imuran actually suppresses an overactive immune system, which is why it is also used on transplant patients to stop them from rejecting organs. This may be why your resistance to other infections is low. ... (24 replies)
... I know that the regular blood tests I am having check for effects on the liver and kidneys and they always seem pretty interested in my white blood cell count. ... (24 replies)
... r how long it takes to get out of your system, I would ask too, because I have always been told three months, but you have to start weaning off it, and depednign on your dosage, that can take about three months, which would make the six months emilys mama talks about. ... (24 replies)
... Thanks for your advice. This is my third attempt at replying to you. Hope it works this time! I've been taking Folic Acid since I started trying to get pregnant about 3 years ago, so hopefully that will help to reduce the risks of Spina Bifida. I didn't know about the increased likelihood of a hare lip occuring. Oh well, we'll have to deal with it when the baby is... (24 replies)

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