Our expert says:
The safety of alprazolam (alzam) during pregnancy has not been established. The potential POTENTIAL for congenital malformations in children of patients who have received benzodiazepines during pregnancy does exist. It is advised that you discontinue treatment if possible at all - It should ONLY be used in comelling circumstances.
For SSRI's (Aropax) definite safety has also not been established and should best be avoided. The safest, and one that are being used in pregnancy is FLUOXETINE.
Your doctor will have to make the final call.
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