Our expert says:
1. The best studied antidepressants in pregnacy are Prozac and amitryptiline. Cipralex is similar to Prozac, so regarded as relatively safe.
2.Evening primrose oil is thought to cause uterine contractions, so not a good idea in pregnancy. Try magnesium only.
3.Chelapreg is fine, especially if you tend to be anaemic.
4.The highest risk for incontinenece is with the first pregnancy and more so if you have had a forceps delivery. If you have escaped it, you are not at greater risk now.
5.About 8% of women on Clomid have multiple births. The chances can be lessened by careful tracking of the cycle with scans.
6.The latest research suggests that progesterone be reserved for women with low progesterone levels, not used in everyone to prevent a miscarriage.
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