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This study also was limited in that it did not include information on several variables that could affect rates of stillbirth, neonatal mortality, and infant mortality; such as the mothers' alcohol intake or the dosage levels of their SSRIs, Dr.
Even the recent Nordic report supports the very low absolute risk of PPHN with SSRI exposure compared with risk of relapse of depression during pregnancy noted with antidepressant discontinuation, which is high.
Overall, the data suggest that SSRIs are doing something to increase survival and improve health in depressed heart patients" Glassman says.
The researchers obtained information on maternal use of SSRIs from prescription registries; maternal characteristics, pregnancy, and neonatal outcomes were obtained from patient and medical birth registries.
We should keep in mind that this was a case-control study with a very small number of SSRI exposures in both the autism and control groups.
To assess the possibility that women prescribed SSRIs during the year before delivery had a more severe underlying condition that accounts for the finding, researchers examined indicators of severity of psychiatric illness.
The International Coalition for Drug Awareness in cooperation with the Prozac Survivors Support Group has produced a website on which about 1,600 violent incidents associated with SSRI use are described (www.
There are several plausible explanations for this link between SSRI exposure and ASD.
While taper of SSRI proximate to the end of pregnancy might appear to be intuitive, our group and others have questioned the wisdom of discontinuing an antidepressant shortly before delivery, when the risk of depressive relapse increases a woman's risk for postpartum worsening of mood.
7% who were current SSRI users were 15% more likely to be diagnosed with cataracts or undergo cataract surgery than non-SSRI users.
No significant association was seen between SSRI use and violent crime in people aged 25 and older.
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