Dailymail.co.uk: Taking antidepressants during pregnancy DOESN'T raise a child's risk of developing disabilities like Down syndrome or autism, new study claims

Mothers who take antidepressants during pregnancy don’t risk their child’s risk of developing an intellectual disabilityIntellectual disabilities are defined by an IQ below 70 with symptoms impacting everyday functioning The research comes amid widespread confusion and disagreement about antidepressant use during gestationAuthors studied children and found there was no link between

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