Psychotropics and Pregnancy: An Update

On May 28, 2008, The Food and Drug Administration announced a major revision in the labeling of the pregnancy and breast-feeding risk of drugs. The current labeling system was devised in 1979 and has been criticized over the years for being confusing and for failing to incorporate the most recent data. In the new system, package inserts will carry a short monograph on the pregnancy and lactation risks of each drug.

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