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Antidepressants taken during pregnancy do not increase risk for autism spectrum disorder – News-Medical.Net

Women with depression and other mood disorders are generally advised to continue taking antidepressant medications during pregnancy….

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Women with depression and other mood disorders are generally advised to continue taking antidepressant medications during pregnancy. The drugs are widely considered safe, but the effect of these medications on the unborn fetus has remained a topic of some…

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