Fluoxetine linked to higher malformation risk in infants

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Use of this commonly prescribed antidepressant has been linked with an increased risk of birth defects, according to a recent analysis Fluoxetine is the most commonly prescribed antidepressant in the world. In the analysis of 16 studies, infants exposed to fluoxetine during the first trimester had an 18% increased relative risk of major malformations and

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