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What are some the known medications that come to your mind when you think about pregnancy and what is off limits? Chances are you know about that antidepressants are also categorized as dangerous. But why would they be dangerous? Many people believe that antidepressants would increase the risk of autism and ADHD risk in children.

Medication is always a controversial subject.

A recent study shows that this is no longer true. While it still might not be safe to use medication like Advil or ibuprofen that is no direct link to using antidepressants in early pregnancy that may but a child in a more line of direct harm. The experiment was done over several years and included several factors. Read more here to see!

Key Takeaways:

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A new study shows that women who use antidepressants while pregnant in early pregnancy does not increase the change of having autism of ADHD.
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Through the study, the researchers did not find any increased risk of these learning challenges or even reduced fetal growth among the offspring that were exposed to antidepressants.
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The antidepressants examined in the study were SSRI’s or common names like Prozac and Zoloft.

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