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Rett syndrome caused by efexor neonatal use?

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No: This syndrome is caused by a gene mutation, and as such will be present at conception. The exposure of a developing fetus after the fact will not change this mutation.This sporadic syndrome occurs without any exposure to ssri meds or any other defined agent prior to pregnancy or during pregnancy.

Answered 9/10/2013

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