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Las medicinas para la salud mental y el embarazo: ¿cuáles son los riesgos y los beneficios para la mamá y para el bebé?
Date:6/6/2013

NUEVA YORK, 6 de junio de 2013 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Ninguna mujer que esté embarazada debe dejar de tomar su medicamento para la salud mental sin hablar primero con su médico, dijeron hoy varios expertos en un almuerzo para reporteros organizado por el Consejo Nacional de Asesoramiento de Comunicaciones de la March of Dimes.

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Algunas mujeres jóvenes han estado tomando antidepresivos, medicamentos contra la ansiedad o medicinas para trastornos de déficit de atención desde que eran adolescentes. Ahora, como mujeres en edad reproductiva o futuras madres, deben buscar el apoyo y la guía de proveedores de cuidado de la salud para determinar si deben continuar, detener o cambiar de medicamento.

Más de la mitad de las mujeres embarazadas toman por lo menos una medicina por receta en algún momento de su embarazo, dijeron los expertos.

Christina Chambers, Ph.D., MPH, la directora de Investigación Clínica en el Rady Children's Hospital y en el Departamento de Pediatría de la Universidad de California San Diego, y Kimberly A. Yonkers, MD, directora del Programa de Investigación Psiquiátrica de Síndrome Premenstrual (PMS) y Perinatal en la Escuela de Medicina de la Universidad de Yale, New Haven, Connecticut, hablaron sobre el extendido uso de estos medicamentos y sus riesgos relativos.

"Las mujeres embarazadas deben hablar con su médico sobre las medicinas que están tomando, y cuáles son las mejores opciones para ellas mientras están embarazadas. Es importante balancear los riesgos y beneficios posibles de todos los medicamentos para la madre y para el bebé", dij
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