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Celexa

Not all medicines are safe to take when you are pregnant. Some medicines can harm your baby. That includes over-the-counter or prescription drugs, herbs, and supplements.

Always speak with your health care provider before you start or stop any medicine. Not using medicine that you need may be more harmful to you and your baby than using the medicine. For example, many pregnant women take prescription medicines for health problems like diabetes, asthma, seizures, and heartburn. The decision about whether or not to take a medicine depends on the risks and benefits. You and your health care provider should make this choice together.

Pregnant women should not take regular vitamins. They may have too much or too little of the vitamins that you need. There are special vitamins for pregnant women. It is important to take 0.4 mg of folic acid every day before you become pregnant through the first part of your pregnancy. Folic acid helps to prevent birth defects of the baby's brain or spine.

Food and Drug Administration

Celexa FDA Approved Drugs

CELEXA [Citalopram HydrobromideC20H21FN2OBrH]
RX
-
eq 10mg base (oral tablet)
eq 20mg base (oral tablet)
eq 40mg base (oral tablet)
Forest LabsApr 27, 2000
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

CITALOPRAM HYDROBROMIDE [Citalopram HydrobromideC20H21FN2OBrH]
RX
-
eq 10mg base (oral tablet)
eq 10mg base/5ml (oral solution)
eq 20mg base (oral tablet)
eq 40mg base (oral tablet)
Amneal Pharms NyNov 30, 2006
Apotex IncNov 24, 2004
AurobindoOct 28, 2004
Cipla LtdNov 5, 2004
Dr Reddys Labs LtdOct 28, 2004
Epic PharmaApr 29, 2005
G And W Labs IncNov 16, 2004
Glenmark GenericsFeb 27, 2009
Invagen PharmsOct 3, 2006
Jubilant GenericsDec 23, 2015
MylanNov 5, 2004
PlivaOct 31, 2005
Sun Pharm Inds IncNov 12, 2004
Torrent PharmsMar 27, 2007
Aurobindo Pharma LtdAug 28, 2006
Hetero Labs Ltd IiiDec 15, 2015
SilarxJun 15, 2006
West-ward Pharms IntDec 13, 2004
TorpharmNov 24, 2004
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

WARNING: Consult a licensed physician in the appropriate field for medical treatment and drug prescription. Do not self medicate.