Antidepressants During Pregnancy: Safe? – WebMD – Better … – Antidepressant use during pregnancy, long debated for its safety, is linked with a higher overall risk of stillbirth and newborn death, Now, a new study shows that risk may not be warranted.
Is it safe to take antidepressants during pregnancy? | BabyCenter – Is it safe to take antidepressants during pregnancy? Gerald Briggs. … However, research has cast doubts on the safe use during pregnancy of the drugs most commonly prescribed for depression: selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) …
Antidepressants: Safe during pregnancy ? – Mayo Clinic – Antidepressants: Safe during pregnancy? Taking antidepressants during pregnancy might pose health risks for your baby — but stopping might pose risks for you.
Are Antidepressants Safe During Pregnancy? – NYTimes.com – Pregnant women often go to great lengths to give their babies a healthy start in life. They quit smoking, skip the chardonnay, switch to decaf, forgo aspirin.
Large study looks at safety of antidepressants during pregnancy – Taking common antidepressants during pregnancy doesn’t increase a woman’s risk of having a stillbirth, according to a new study of over one million Nordic women