Accumulating evidence points to serious risks associated with antidepressant use during pregnancy, yet data suggests that prescriptions continue to rise in the US. “Given that half of all U.S. pregnancies are unplanned, antidepressant use will occur during the first weeks of pregnancy, a critical period for fetal development.”
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