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    jurzygirl posted:
    while taking meds for perimenapause and trying to get pregnant, do you need to stop taking them????
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    phoenix31674 responded:
    You need to discuss this with your doc because it would depend on what sort of meds you are on. Also, when in perimenopause while possible to become pregnant, it will be very unlikely since the reproductive system is starting to shut down.

    Best of luck to you.
     
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    jurzygirl replied to phoenix31674's response:
    yeah i want to discuss with the doc, thanks...


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