A woman who was planning on having her baby.
26 Dec 2009
If the expecting mum was already on sertraline before she became pregnant then yes the doctor may prescribe it during pregnancy. But if the mum to be wasn't on it before and needed an antidepressant then no. There are other antidepressants which are a bit more safer during pregnancy.
- Sertraline Information for Consumers
- Sertraline Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Sertraline (detailed)
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