Our expert says:
Such worries occur to most mothers at some stage in the pregnancy. One wants, where possible, to avoid meds during pregnancy --- but do see a counsellor, best of the CBT form, who can help you deal effectively with your anxieties. which will benefit you and the baby. You're not being paranoid, just a bit more anxious than the usual, and this can settle.
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