Drug, FDA pregnancy category*, AAP rating, Lactation risk category†. Anxiolytics and hypnotics. Benzodiazepines. Alprazolam (Xanax). D.
Typical antipsychotics have a larger reproductive safety profile; no significant teratogenic effect has been documented with chlorpromazine (Thorazine), haloperidol (Haldol), or perphenazine (Trilafon). Doses of typical antipsychotics should be minimized during the peri-partum period to limit the necessity of using additional medications to manage extrapyramidal side effects.
Rates of postpartum relapse in women with bipolar disorder range from 32 to 67 percent. The risk of postpartum psychosis is increased by as much as 46 percent in women with this disorder.
All Category 2 drugs require patients to pick up the handwritten prescription in person. Benzodiazepine anxiety medications (Xanax, Valium, Ativan, Klonapin).
Our policy applies to all medications which are in these controlled classes. There are other medications under these main categories, and there are other less common categories (which are omitted for the sake of brevity).
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Our office has an established policy regarding the use of controlled drugs.
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Pregnancy Category Category D.
Pronunciation: al- pray -zoe-lam.
Trade Name(s) Xanax Xanax XR.
Class. benzodiazepines. antianxiety agents Pharm. Class. Ther.
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