Antidepressants in pregnancy don't raise infant death risk
It's a heated question: should women take antidepressants during pregnancy? Some experts argue for it and some against, but a new study may ease the minds of women facing the decision.
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#1 Jan 4, 2013
It is best not to take medicines when a woman is pregnant. Even if the results show otherwise, it is still best to take all the necessary precautions.
#3 Jan 5, 2013
No women shouldn't take anti-depressants or any mind drugs including Reglan for babies spitting up or to increase lactation. IMO
#5 Feb 18, 2013
I certainly agree with @nurseamy12. As much as possible, pregnant women should be wary with their medication. We surely don't to risk the baby's life. If going through depression during pregnancy, it's best to discuss with your physician on alternative treatment aside from SSRI. The possible birth defects that I've read from http://www.rotlaw.com/ssri-birth-defects-laws... are irreversible.
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