Tag: poor neonatal adaptation syndrome
Antidepressants Plus Immune Response Terminate Pregnancies in Mice
Also, male mice born to mothers with an immune response exhibited “autistic-like” behaviors, scientists report.
Animals Exposed to Antidepressants in Utero Are Worse at Taking Care...
A new study in rats found that those exposed to antidepressants in utero had an impaired ability to nurture their own children in later life.
Health Risks to Babies When Antidepressants Used During Pregnancy
Babies born to mothers taking antidepressants during pregnancy were more than six times as likely to have neonatal withdrawal syndrome—including breathing problems, irritability/agitation, tremors, feeding problems, and seizures—than those born to mothers taking other types of drugs.