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Antidepressant medication exposure: time to pregnancy and risk of pregnancy loss

Antidepressant medication exposure: time to pregnancy and risk of pregnancy loss
Depression and antidepressant medication use is prevalent in women of reproductive age. Evidence is conflicting regarding antidepressant exposure and miscarriage risk. Therefore, using prospective data on pregnancy and loss from a cohort of women in the Effects of Aspirin in Gestation and Reproduction Trial, we assessed the association between preconception-measured antidepressant exposure and time to pregnancy, pregnancy loss, and live birth.
Source: fertstert.org

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