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Mood changes in pregnant women affect unborn child

Posted on November 30th, 2011 No Comments

Pregnant women who suffer from depression can increase birth defects in their unborn child. Mood changes have also been found to have an affect on the ability for the newborns to access their mental and motor capabilities.

A study found that if a woman, during and after her pregnancy, experienced mood swings, whether it be from happiness or depression or vice versa, the newborn child would be negatively affected. According to the study, if the woman were to suffer from depression consistently throughout the pregnancy, the child’s mental capabilities would fare better.

By treating depression during pregnancy, women could be exposing their unborn child to numerous birth defect risks. Zoloft is an anti-depression prescription drug that has been commonly prescribed by doctors. This drug has been linked to severe birth defects. If you were taking Zoloft during your pregnancy and your child was born with a birth defect, please contact the Zoloft birth defect lawyers of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-641-9810 today.

 

 

 

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