New Study Supports Cardiac Safety of SSRIs in Pregnancy
The Carlat Psychiatry Report, Volume 12, Number 7&8, July 2014
Concerns about the safety of psychiatric medications during pregnancy are common among psychiatrists and patients alike. In many cases, one must weigh the risks of a medication to mother or child against the risks inherent in untreated mental illness. Recent research, however, lends support to the growing data about the safety of antidepressant medications in pregnancy.