If your husband has delusional disorder and is on medication which he cannot stop can you have a baby when he is on meds and will the meds harm a baby and will your baby get the illness?
If your husband has done any drugs in the past then this can cause delusions (meaning weed, acid, etc.) If not, and he truly has a mental illness then it's best for you to talk to your family doctor and he will send you to a specialist that can answer more of these questions than a layman can. If anyone is on medications it's best to check it out with the doctor before becoming pregnat. Please go on: www.google.com ASK: Can the medication _________interfere with pregnancy. THEN ASK ANOTHER QUESTION: If you are diagnosed with _____________can your future children inherit this disease? You should get a lot of information on this, but please see your doctor to get the final verdict. Good luck Marcy
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I'm in the same situation. It looks like the only thing to do is to get him in therapy for a nonrelated issue, so that then the therapist can slowly start to work on this issu…e. The outlook isn't good because apparently very few people get past this. Sometimes meds are helpful, but delusional people don't want to take meds. If he's also depressed, that could be reason to get him to see a therapist. Or maybe you have to just say that you want marriage counseling.
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sha had a husband but not a baby
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You can't say all teens are the same and there's also a huge difference between a 14yo and a 18yo. It also depends on their home situation, if they get help or not. So the ans…wer is; depends on the individual teen.
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There has not been a lot of research about the possible harm tounborn babies due to bipolar medication. It is always best todiscuss the problems associated with any medication… taken whilepregnant. Do not stop taking your medication before speaking withyour doctor, either. Some babies have had birth defects after theirmothers have continued to take their bipolar medication, whileothers did not.