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Prenatal Antidepressants Don't Raise Fetal, Infant Death Risk: Study
Date:1/2/2013

preterm delivery, which in turn may cause neonatal morbidity and mortality," they explained.

The team acknowledged that use of SSRIs during pregnancy has been associated with birth defects, neonatal withdrawal syndrome and pulmonary hypertension of the newborn, which is what led to the current study, they said.

Although they found that the drugs posed no independent risk regarding stillbirth or infant death, the authors urged mothers and physicians to approach SSRI use carefully.

"Decisions regarding use of SSRIs during pregnancy must take into account other perinatal outcomes and the risks associated with maternal mental illness," Stephansson and colleagues concluded.

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For more on antidepressants, visit the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

-- Alan Mozes

SOURCE: Journal of the American Medical Association, news release, Jan. 1, 2013


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