Prozac in Pregnancy Toxic to Fetus

Taking the antidepressant drug Prozac late in pregnancy may be toxic to the fetus. Mothers who take Prozac during the third trimester of pregnancy risk premature delivery and put their infants at risk of "poor neonatal adaptation," including: Jitteriness Low blood sugar Low body temperature Poor muscle tone Trouble breathing Diminished reaction to pain Not getting enough oxygen while feeding Further, Prozac taken by breastfeeding mothers may retard infants' early growth...

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