Psychiatric Disorders During Pregnancy

Essential Reads: Why Non-Randomized Studies Fall Short When Assessing Reproductive Safety

All of our information on the reproductive safety of medications comes from non-randomized studies. However, many of these studies fail to take into consideration other factors associated with maternal psychiatric illness which may also affect outcomes.

Largest Study Ever Shows No Increase in Risk of Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Kids Exposed to Antidepressants In Utero

Analyzing data from nearly 150,000 children with prenatal antidepressant exposure in two healthcare databases, a recent study finds no association between prenatal exposure to antidepressants and risk for neurodevelopmental disorders.

How Common Are Obsessive-Compulsive Related Disorders in Pregnant and Postpartum Women?

A recent study shows the OCRDs, especially those that are more body-focused, have the potential to emerge or worsen during pregnancy and the postpartum, leading to high levels of comorbid depression and functional impairment.

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