New York, NY (PRWEB) January 18, 2012
According to a Jan. 12 article on Yahoo! News, a new Swedish study shows that expectant mothers who take an SSRI such as Zoloft late in their pregnancies are twice as likely to give birth to a child with PPHN, a condition that can lead to shortness of breath and difficulty breathing.
Conducted by the Centre for Pharmacoepidemiology at Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm, the study examined data from more than 1 million births from 1996 and 2007 in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, according to the Yahoo! News article.
"Of the nearly 11,000 mothers who used an SSRI in late pregnancy, 33 babies (0.2 percent) were born with persistent pulmonary hypertension," Yahoo! News reports. "Among the 54,000 mothers who had previously been diagnosed with a mental problem but who did not take SSRIs during their pregnancy, 114 infants were born with persistent pulmonary hypertension."
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