Several Manufacturers of SSRI Antidepressants Add Warnings of Postpartum Hemorrhaging

Depression during pregnancy, or prepartum depression, is a common condition that an estimated ten percent of women in the United States experience. The development of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (“SSRI”) offered pregnant women hope in the form of a pill they can take to reduce or eliminate their depression symptoms. However, various medical studies dating back to 2013 found that mothers can experience serious complications from taking SSRIs during childbirth….
By: Console and Associates, P.C.
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