“What we know is that women who are taking antidepressants across pregnancy typically do well at the beginning, but the medication stops working as effectively halfway through; It makes sense that the physical changes of pregnancy would affect the dose requirements, but the majority of physicians are not aware of the need for dosage adjustments. Without an accurate picture of changes across pregnancy, they are unable to appropriately counsel their patients on how to manage their depression during pregnancy.” – Source

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