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I totally understand
This is why you don't want to take ibuprofen
I wouldn't risk it either
everything else you can take will be prescription
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Medications that can generally be used throughout pregnancy include hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and sulfasalazine (SSZ).
Glucocorticoids (oral or intraarticular) can be used to manage disease flares or persistent moderately to highly active disease. In patients with disease refractory to routine management or with continued flares during pregnancy despite the use of glucocorticoids, the initiation or resumption of therapy with a TNF inhibitor may be warranted.