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It is generally recommended that Xanax not be taken while pregnant. There are acceptions but this is the general standard.
Unless you pressed accept no fee wasn charged. I am sorry I overlooked which birth defects, but would be happy to research it. Sorry.
Although it does not have a high birth defect profile. It obviously causes addiction, also muscle weakness and breathing issues. It's birth defect profile is lower than other benzodiazapines. There is no decline button. You are only charged if press the accept button.
I hope this has answered your question and clarified any confusion that I may have caused.
Yes the side effect is breathing difficulties after birth. It is best to get off medications as early as possible, but later rather than never. You would have to have the doctor taper you off so neither you nor the child go through withdrawal.. Dependenting on how late. the doctor may decide not to taper at all while you are pregnant. Rather to do the tapering after birth.
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It is neither like apnea (forgetting) or asthma (imflammation, etc., ) but weakness of the diaphram muscles.
Thanks so much I will cut down as much as possible I just dont want to have anxiety attacks with her in there :)
Please do not do anything without talking to the doctor as your cutting may effect the baby-so you have to follow doctor's instructions.