There are some that are deemed as safe - some docs are happy to prescribe citalopram with monitoring. I'm sure setraline is pretty safe too. You need to discuss it with your GP though to establish the best option for you. I'd see your MW too. I have a history of anxiety and my MW said if I needed to she would see me every week to monitor my mood. I didn't need it but I've been glad to know its there if I needed it.
Been this morning and gp prescribed setraline but I made the mistake of reading the label and it says that it hasn't been proved safe in pregnancy...and my unhelpful dh made a big deal of how I'm going to worry about taking the tablets so now I'm too scared to take them
That was kind of your MW I think I'll see mine again and talk to her
I was on sertraline when pregnant 50mg which is a very small dose. I was a little worried but the dr told me to trust her and she wouldn't put me or baby at risk. The leaflet is just to cover them incase of a reaction. Baby and I were prefectly ok.