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    melodyv10 posted:
    Would like information on being pregnant and being on buprenorphine. I am in a rehab and the nurses won't let me taper down.
    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi melodyv10,

    Have you spoken to a doctor at the rehab about the fact that you are taking buprenorphine while you are pregnant? He/she might determine that the risks of you being off the drug surpass the risks of you being off the drug. Or he/she might advise you to switch to another medication, which may be safer for a developing baby. Ultimately, your pregnancy needs to be monitored very closely by a medical professional during this time.

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    1. Information on buprenorphine for Drug Dependence
    2. Information on taking prescription medications during pregnancy
    3. Buprenorphine is prescribed in various different forms. You should check out WebMD's Drug & Medications center , where you can look up more information on buprenorphine and read user reviews on the drug. You might be able to find someone who was in a similar situation and found a solution.

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