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Women’s and Children’s Health Update: Psychotropic Medications in Pregnancy

Women’s and Children’s Health Update: Psychotropic Medications in Pregnancy

Description

 

In this episode:

 

 

– Whether you should stop (or change) an antidepressant drug if a woman wants to fall pregnant?
– The problems associated with applying conventional drug categories to drugs used in pregnancy
– What range of problems are associated with the use of Lithium in pregnancy?
– Where to get the best advice on potential effects of drugs used in pregnancy and while breastfeeding?

 

 

Host: Dr Terri Foran, Sexual Health Physician; Conjoint Senior Lecturer, School of Women’s and Children’s Health, UNSW

 

 

Guest: Dr Debra Kennedy,
Clinical Geneticist and Paediatrician; Director of MotherSafe

 

 

 

Total time: 25 mins
Recommended Resources:
MotherSafe
Beyond Blue
The Gidget Foundation Australia
Post and Antenatal Depression Association (PANDA)
The UK Teratology Information Service
‘BUMPS’ – Best Use of Medicines in Pregnancy Patient Leaflets
MotherToBaby

 

 

 

 

 

 

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