That is a tough question because we do not know a lot about the effects of drugs on pregnancy. If you have had a miscarriage, you might consider making a list of all medications - over the counter, nutritional supplements, and prescription medications - and talking to your pharmacist or doctor about what effects they may have had on your pregnancy. If you have not had a miscarriage and are concerned about a medication, OB/GYNs usually give their patients a list of drugs that they will allow during a pregnancy. If your doctor has not provided you with something like this, definitely talk to your doctor AND your pharmacist before taking anything. There are few medications that doctors usually feel comfortable with during the first trimester - and that is mostly because we just don't know how they will affect the pregnancy. I am uncertain from your post if you are being cautionary or if you have experienced a miscarriage. If you have, I would like to extend heartfelt condolences. I wish you the best for your future!
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