Why is the First Trimester a Danger Time for Zoloft Patients?
Pregnancy is often a difficult time for expecting mothers and their families. Unfortunately for some Americans, there’s more to worry about than just the typical concerns. If you’re an SSRI patient, you may need to consider the very real effect that prenatal SSRI exposure can have on your child.
Recent medical findings as well as warnings from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) suggest that pregnant Zoloft (sertraline) patients may be at risk of inadvertently transferring harmful medicinal properties to their in utero child. In fact, one estimate is that fetal exposure is as high as a third of maternal exposure. To make matters worse, the risk of Zoloft-related injury is highest during the first trimester: precisely when some pregnant patients aren’t even aware that they’re carrying a child.
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