Our expert says:
I wonder where you are geting the conflicing information from ? Not all sources are worth taking seriously. With a diagnosis like Bipolar 2, this should ONLY be made by a properly trained psychiatrist, who should now be informed about the pregnancy, and weight all releant factors. Among these would be the likely risk of a serious episode of depression or mania during the pregnancy, with the risk to the foetus of the drugs, I don't ynderstand using Aterax in bipolar disorder anyway, and would not use it during pregnancy. See the shrink and discuss weighing the different risks realisically.
This is NOT a situation that should be managed by a GP alone
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