The risk posed by some popular antidepressants in early pregnancy is not worth taking for women with mild to moderate depression, an expert has warned. Professor Stephen Pilling says evidence suggests SSRIs can double the risk of a child being born with a heart defect.
Read Antidepressants ‘could be risk to unborn babies’
BBC News, 24 June 2013
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by the Canadian Women’s Health Network
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