There are, depending on what's approved in your country. Talk to your doctor.
Depends on your md but zoloft and wellbutrin( no clue how to spell that) are frequently prescribed to pregnant women. Also depends on how severe the depression is a risks vs benefits thing. As far as anxiety not really sometimes anti depressants help. My md said take benadryl, it doesn't make you less anxious but makes you sleepy...
I live in the UK and I take 40mg of citalopram daily (I think the USA call in celexa? ) and I've been told by my midwives it's safe for baby and to use during breastfeeding, but comes with a small risk of pulmonary hypertension. Hope this helps :) x
I am on Zoloft & when I was 1st put on it, the warnings w the med said not to take it in the 3rd trimester. My OB said the side effects are minimal to baby after delivery & weighing benefits (momma not dealing w PPD) over the risks, benefits are far greater. She daid baby tends to be more sleepy & not wanting to eat but this only lasts for about 3 days.
I took zoloft with 2nd pregnancy from 20w on to manage ppd.
I take 100mg of sertraline that os apparently safe xoxo