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Motherisk Update 2014: Ondansetron Use in Early Pregnancy

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Dr. Jon T. Andersen, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Copenhagen University Hospital Bispebjerg, Copenhagen, Denmark

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How to Survive Morning Sickness Successfully

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Consuming non-alcoholic beer and other beverages during pregnancy and breastfeeding

Although there are no studies evaluating the safety of consuming non-alcoholic beverages during pregnancy, these drinks might contain higher ethanol levels than what is indicated on their labels. more »

Identifying women who might benefit from higher doses of folic acid in pregnancy

Women who are at high risk of having babies with neural tube defects and who would benefit from higher doses of folic acid. learn more »»

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Is carbamazepine safe to take during pregnancy?

Similar to valproic acid, carbamazepine increases the risk of neural tube defects; however, it does not increase the risk of other malformations. Carbamazepine is also not associated with an increased risk of developmental delay. learn more »»

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