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Are there many women that have taken ssri's throughout pregnancy and child birth?

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Dr. Braden Richmond
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

There are registries for many of the different ssris.
The fact that persistent pulmonary hypertension may be slightly increased to 1/500 has come under question. There is a 1.6% chance that the newborn will have increased irritability and poor feeding for 3-5 days.

In brief: Yes

There are registries for many of the different ssris.
The fact that persistent pulmonary hypertension may be slightly increased to 1/500 has come under question. There is a 1.6% chance that the newborn will have increased irritability and poor feeding for 3-5 days.
Dr. Braden Richmond
Dr. Braden Richmond
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Dr. Paul Singh
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

Yes, and most of the time babies come out ok.
..Although use is not recommended but some patients need that med.

In brief: Yes

Yes, and most of the time babies come out ok.
..Although use is not recommended but some patients need that med.
Dr. Paul Singh
Dr. Paul Singh
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