Jun
11
2011

Zoloft Against Pregnancy

It has been said that taking Zoloft during pregnancy can cause harmful effects to the fetus, and worst can pose harmful side effects. The zoloft and pregnancy has been the topic of dispute that leads to several lawsuits against zoloft.

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Zoloft is classified as a pregnancy Category C drug. When the doctor decides that the pregnant patient needs to take Zoloft, an anti-depressant drug, the physician should weigh the benefits versus risks and that measure that the benefits must always outweigh the risks.

As for the patients, when your doctor might overlook your condition and advised you to take zoloft, you should immediately tell your physician that you are pregnant or suspect to be pregnant. Although Zoloft’s side effects generally affects the fetus in the third trimester of pregnancy, prevention is always better than a pound of cure.

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