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    L-theanine in conjunction with Pre-natal vitamins
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    An_254200 posted:
    I'm wondering if A) L-theanine is safe to take while pregnant and if its safe to take in conjunction with pre-natal vitamins.
    I've taken myself of of Celexa for a safe pregnancy and have found L-theanine to be a great supplement for anxiety relief in the past.
    Thank you.
     
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    An_254251 responded:
    Hey! I found this great resource to call with any questions about medications called Mother to Baby (800-733-4727). I was worried about staying on Zoloft for the entirety of my pregnancy and they helped me out a lot so I wouldn't just go off the medication entirely and be worried about what that could do to me. You should try giving them a call to see if they can help you out too!
     
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    nenaroro replied to An_254251's response:
    Thank you for the resource!


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