The honest answer is....they don't have a lot of information. That having been said, here's what IS known: untreated bipolar disorder or schizophrenia can have a very negative effect on the fetus, and that is well documented. Studies of seroquel on pregnant rats and dogs showed low birth weight and miscarriage risk, but these only showed up at doses FAR higher than the highest human dose. Your Dr. and yourself will need to work together to make the best choice for you. Remember, you are a person, too, whose needs also have to be taken into consideration. Good luck, and if you do take seroquel while pregnant, consider posting your experience online so that others in the future may learn from your findings!
The effect that progesterone has on pregnant women is that it helps to maintain the pregnancy.
No effect whatsoever.
Has no effect
It's not recommended for pregnant women since they don't know what effect it have. They recommend you ask your doctor.
It doesn't, It affects the fetus.
No it can not. If you are on the pill it will negate the effect so you actually get pregnant.
There haven't been much studies on the effect of magnets on pregnant women. Pregnant women are told to stay away from magnets as a precautionary method. Hope that helps!
There is no effect on a developing fetus and, in fact, lactulose is often prescribed for pregnant women.
The use of drugs while pregnant is a form of child abuse and will harm the baby.
Pregnant women suddenly see the world get dark, the sun disappears and then returns. Just like everyone else...no that is only a hypotisis the pregnant women din not affect it when it is solar or lunar eclipseNo
pyridoxine reduces the nausea for about a third of pregnant women who experience morning sickness . In addition, pyridoxine does not have any harmful effects on the fetus.
Marijuana does not have any effect on a woman's ability to get pregnant.
It's the hormones. You get the same effect when you are getting your period or prior to it. Diarrhea is also an effect.
It could be mildly harmful to the baby.
http://www.emc.medicines.org.uk/medicine/2295/SPC/Seroquel/#UNDESIRABLE_EFFECTS All the side effects are listed here.
It depends, essentially, on how badly you need the Seroquel. Seroquel is a Pregnancy Category C drug in the United States. Ask your doctor BEFORE you cut out the medication OR get pregnant.
can a women get a women pregnant
the baby can have a skin disease because of radioactive..
Same as a non pregnant woman. Compressions are done at the Sternum and should not have any effect on the fetus.
i have been on seroquel for years and the only side effect is it doesnt help me sleep anymore at 800mg
actually i jm not pregnant, but it can be taken. Its teratogenic effect is category B, which is safe for pregnant women. Fiseha(pharmacist)
Too much exposure to radiation can affect the baby.
No, you cannot take phenobarbital and seroquel together. Phenobarbitol decreases the level or effect of quetiapine oral by altering drug metabolism.
Seroquel has a side effect of orthostatic hypotension. Orthostatic hypotension means a sudden drop in blood pressure when the position of the body is changed to an upright position usually when done quickly.