FDA Warns Paxil’s Pregnant Patients of Birth Defects
Paxil (paroxetine) increases the risk of birth defects if pregnant women take it during their first trimester, according to a recent finding by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA warns that the risk to the fetus is real and cautions physicians to advise patients of the fact that their paroxetine treatments could result in life-threatening and life-altering ailments, including heart defects such as PPHN.
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