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Pregnancy and Drugs (Prescription and OTC) Directory

During pregnancy, it's very important to know which medications, both OTC and prescription, are safe. Women with chronic conditions such as epilepsy or MS should discuss this with their doctors prior to becoming pregnant if possible. Even vitamins and supplements should be evaluated by your doctor to be sure they are safe for your baby. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how drugs and medications can affect mother and baby during pregnancy.

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Drugs can often ensure safer pregnancies than if illnesses are left untreated, but just to play it safe, know what drugs are off limits.

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