ASCP Corner: Breastfeeding and Antidepressants: Clinical Dilemmas and Expert Perspectives
J Clin Psychiatry 2009;70(2):291-292
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There is often apprehension about use of antidepressants during
breastfeeding. Clinical decision-making regarding breastfeeding
and psychotropic use remains an art with some scientific
data to guide practice. Clinical experience from experts is
invaluable in an area with an incomplete evidence base.