Antidepressants in pregnancy not autism, ADHD risk

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Antidepressants in pregnancy are not a risk factor for autism, two studies have found Two studies published by JAMA have examined the risk of autism and other adverse birth outcomes among women who use antidepressants during pregnancy. Previous studies suggesting a higher risk of childhood autism spectrum disorder associated with antidepressant exposure during pregnancy may

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