Don't Always Shun SSRIs During Pregnancy

Women will ask you whether they should stop taking SSRIs during pregnancy...due to recent headlines about autism risk.

They're hearing about a new study that suggests taking SSRIs in the second or third trimester is linked to a higher risk of autism.

But this study has flaws and does not prove antidepressants CAUSE autism...and other studies have NOT found a link.

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