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What was the reason you were taking the sertraline?
What do you mean by not felling yourself? Thank you.
I won't try a phone call, since I've not had much luck in phoning to the UK from the US.
In general, women taking sertraline during pregnancy usually have normal babies. Most studies have not really looked at going off and then back on sertraline. But in general, even if you go back on the sertraline, I think the chances are excellent that your babies will be normal.
Sertraline can sometimes be associated with smaller babies or babies born somewhat early, and that tends to also be a problem with twins. However, I believe that most doctors feel that if a woman needs sertraline during pregnancy, any possible risk is worth it, since the risk is small.
There are no definite answers, but I would say that if you need the sertraline, please discuss it with your doctor, and probably take it. The risk of twins being born somewhat early is likely the main risk you face, and taking sertraline will likely have minimal effect on this risk. Best wishes.