Pharmaceutical giants face thousands of lawsuits each year, as unexpected or hidden side effects cause countless injuries and death in unsuspecting individuals.
SSRIs and PPHN: How Antidepressants Link to Birth Defects
Taking any kind of medication during pregnancy can pose a risk to a developing baby, thanks to the limited ability to perform clinical trials and determine any kind of sure safety.
Handling Depression: SSRIs, Overprescription, and Pregnancy
Numerous lawsuits against SSRIs, a common variety of antidepressants, have emerged as they’ve been linked to birth defects when taken by expectant mothers.
When FDA-Approved Antidepressants Cause Birth Defects
Most drugs approved by the FDA go through rigorous testing to determine their safety for human use, but there’s one demographic that’s excluded: pregnant women.
What Birth Defects Do Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors Cause?
Pregnancy and depression has long been under study due to the potentially adverse affects the mental illness can have on a developing baby.
SSRI Birth Defects Connected to Prenatal Antidepressants
Millions of women across the U.S. take antidepressants to improve their mental health and well-being, and many moms-to-be fall into this category.