Antidepressants Increase the Risk of Miscarriage

July 1, 2010 | Byron J. Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist

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 Antidepressants Increase the Risk of Miscarriage
There is a major push in this country by Big Pharma criminals to push antidepressant medications on stressed pregnant women – which is millions of women. The latest study shows that antidepressants during pregnancy1 increased the risk of miscarriage by 68%.

The so-called Mother’s Act is a terrible law that seeks to capitalize on vulnerable pregnant women and force them onto antidepressants. Not only is miscarriage a risk, so is the risk for major birth defects.

At the same time, pregnant women simply must handle stress well. This is often easier said than done. Properly preparing for pregnancy both in terms of physical health, mental health, and life stability are mandatory for healthier children. There are many things that can be done with dietary supplements to naturally support mood before, during, and after pregnancy and have no side effects – rather such nutrition is beneficial to both mother and child.

The bizarre promotion, even attempted legislation, of toxic antidepressants to pregnant women is not justifiable in any actually humane society. Only in a society running on Big Pharma dollars can such a crime happen. Every congressional Senator or House member who votes in favor of the Mother’s Act is equally responsible as Big Pharma and its legion of pill-pushing goons that are destroying health care in this country and making legitimate and needed health care too expensive for just about everyone.

At some point the insanity of the sickness industry must be stopped – and we might as well draw a line in the sand with vulnerable pregnant women who hold within them the future of our society.

Referenced Studies

  1. ^ Antidepressants and Miscarriage Risk  Can. Med. Assoc. J.  Hamid Reza Nakhai-Pour, Perrine Broy, Anick Bérard.

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