Anytime something like this happens, there is almost always a 24 hour pharmacy hotline that you can call and talk to a pharmacist. I've been bugging my pharmacists almost non-stop asking them about this or that since I got a BFP. They're probably tired of hearing about it, but usually they know more about the drugs than the doctors do.
Also, when I went to my OB for my brief visit, they handed me a bunch of paperwork, including an info sheet for something called the "Pregnancy Exposure Info Line". This is what it says on the paper they gave me:
|The Pregnancy Exposure Infoline is a telephone information service which offers pregnant women, the general public, and health care providers practical information about risks during pregnancy from exposures to various agents such as medications, drugs, and chemicals. The Infoline is part of the National Birth Defects Center and is staffed by physicians, geneticists, and Health Educators who have special training to address concerns about exposures during pregnancy that could be harmful to the fetus.
The number is 1-800-322-5014. I haven't called, but I'm sure at some point I will.