Medical Testing Reveals Zoloft’s Risks
Medical tests of Zoloft (sertraline) in rabbits and rats have shown that in utero exposure to sertraline may have a pronounced, negative effect on human children. In fact, when pregnant female rats were administered equivalent levels of sertraline during the last third of gestation and lactation, the number of birth defects and deaths among rat pups increased sharply.
On the basis of medical tests like these, the Food and Drug Administration has warned that pregnant women should take care when deciding whether to take Zoloft (sertraline) during their pregnancy and lactation – and particularly during the third trimester.
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