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Antidepressant use during pregnancy carries risk of organ-specific malformations in infants
 

Antidepressant use during pregnancy carries risk of organ-specific malformations in infants

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In utero exposure to serotonin inhibitor drugs may pose an increased risk of cardiac, musculoskeletal, craniofacial, digestive and respiratory defects, as well as craniosynostosis, in infants, a recent study suggests.
 
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28 Jan 2017 - General
 
When I was pregnant, I was really very cautious about taking any kind of medication, and when possible, made do without drugs to treat minor ailments like analgesics if I had a headache or other body pains. Its also great that Priscilla Mae Gobuyan pointed out the recent article here mentioning that antidepressants’ effectiveness may be actually due to a placebo effect. In pregnant women diagnosed with depression...
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