Lipitor and Pregnancy

Final Thoughts

The effects of high cholesterol do not normally cause problems for many years (or even decades). Therefore, if a woman does not take cholesterol medicine during pregnancy, it is likely to have little or no impact on her long-term health. Since there is little benefit in taking Lipitor while pregnant and a very real risk to the fetus, your healthcare provider will most likely recommend that you do not take Lipitor while pregnant. If you are thinking of becoming pregnant, be sure to discuss this with your healthcare provider.
 
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