Kazan: study was about whether they were causing miscarriage. it did not examine teratogenic effects - which are the ones most people are concerned about.
Lord Dimwit: Kazan: study was about whether they were causing miscarriage. it did not examine teratogenic effects - which are the ones most people are concerned about.My wife was on antidepressants, but stopped taking them when we started trying to get pregnant, specifically out of concern for birth defects. She really should've stayed on them. She was absolutely miserable throughout the whole pregnancy - and I was a real basket case too, because she would get so stressed she would stop eating or make herself throw up, so I would freak out, which would make her more stressed, which would make me more stressed...In the end, the baby came early and spent some time in the NICU. When that happened, I literally went insane.So yeah, we probably should have both been medicated. You've gotta look at the benefits and the risks.
Lord Dimwit: You've gotta look at the benefits and the risks.
rocinante721: Lord Dimwit: You've gotta look at the benefits and the risks.Don't marry a crazy broad
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