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Antidepressants In Pregnancy May Raise The Risk Of Stillbirth Or Birth Defect
 

Antidepressants In Pregnancy May Raise The Risk Of Stillbirth Or Birth Defect

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Women who had been prescribed selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI), in the first trimester of pregnancy were at a small but significantly greater risk of having infants with congenital anomalies, particularly severe heart defects or
 
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6 Dec 2016 - General
 
The rule of thumb in prescription for pregnant women is 'if you can stop it, stop. If you can change it to a safer drug, change" It is always a matter of risk versus benefit. SOmetimes we see pregnant women being given medications that has f...
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As a whole psychiatric drugs should not be taken without a prescription from a psychiatrist ans specially in the pregnancy because the drugs can cause serious effects on the fetuses. Specially anti-depressants are known to cause still births or birth...
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