To answer your question, I don't know. But I do think it's a good idea that the negative side effects of those meds ARE mentioned in advertisements, so people can make an INFORMED choice whether to use them or not.No mam, you've stated many times how upset it makes you, when young girls are only told the joys of motherhood, and how they should be told ALL of the facts. You then turn around and spew out all and any negative thing you can come up with, about having and raising a baby. How many people would take prescription meds, if all they have been told is the negative side effects?
That is precisely why I mention the HARDSHIPS of motherhood, which are usually hidden from girls/women who haven't had children yet. The way I see it, many girls and young women are PRESSURED to have children, usually by regressive folks who believe that marriage and motherhood are the ONLY "suitable occupations" for women, and they aren't told all the facts. Sorry (not really), but I think keeping those negative facts hidden from girls/young women is something that needs to change. Don't like my mentioning them? Too bad...for you, that is.