Do anti-depressants during pregnancy harm baby?

There's been contentious debate whether women should take anti-depressants during pregnancy.

Now, researchers say taking a common type of anti-depressant does not increase the risk of having a stillborn child or losing an infant early in life. 

SSRIs, like Zoloft were the antidepressants studied.

Researchers concluded there was little difference in those who took the medication and those who didn't.

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