Answered by itsjustkasey - Jun. 5, 2011 11:40am
Ultram is not safe to take during pregnancy. Most doctor's don't like to prescribe anything. I had to take Tylenol with Codiene when I was pregnant with my daughter for migranes.
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Answered by a member - May. 28, 2011 11:21pm
Im not sure about ultram, but I do know hydrocodone is safe to take for short periods of time while pregnant as my dr prescibed it for me for a slipped disk in my back I was pregnant with twins. But you should deff consult your pharmacist and Dr before taking anything while pregnant !
good luck !
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Answered by whitd25 - May. 6, 2011 5:36pm
Any questions you have about medications and pregnancy should be asked to your primary care physician, a pharmacist, or your OB. As anurse...I don't know a lot of medicines that will "Cause Miscarriage" but there are a lot of medicines that will cause birth defects and problems with the pregnancy for either the mother or the fetus. I would def. discuss it with your doctor because even if Ultram isn't recommened for pregnancy you may have to take the risk or they can prescribe something else. Good Luck!!
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