- My husband and I used IVF to get pregnant with twins, and the fertility clinic gave me several medications both before and after conception. Should I worry that any of these medications may have damaged the eggs of my daughter and sperm of my son?
- I took antidepressants (20 mg of Paxil per day) throughout my pregnancy.
My son seems to be okay, but is there a risk of permanent damage to his sperm?
- Diclegis, a drug to prevent morning sickness, was just approved as a Category A drug for pregnancy by the FDA.
Are there risks the FDA has not disclosed?
Jill Escher from Autism Exposed addresses those questions in PrenatalExposures.Blogspot.co.uk latest bog post…
read Prenatal Exposures: Should You Be Worried?
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4 thoughts on “Prenatal Exposures: should you be worried?”
Reblogged this on My Blog Nagin and Nagan and commented:
Your worry is a tool to kill the trust. Your trust is your faith in the doctor and belief in the future. Worry reduces the positive energy, as it is negative which weakens the mind and heart.
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