7 months pregnant and need to get on zoloft but scared for my baby
i am 7 months pregnant going through alot of anxiety and tourette going on through pregnancy each day its worse and i cant breath at all the doctor send me sertraline-oral zoloft 50 mg but she told me to take half am scared it might harm the baby or she could be born with problems i dont know what to do i need help and advice on this medecacion is it safe for my baby and will this help me calm my anxiety and to breath better?
Don't I seen on tv adds lately of u took paxiL or zoloft wile pregnet u might be able to sue because it causes birth defects if I c the add for it again later I'll put u the numbed u can ask them what they think I wooldent cuz u r right it can do harm cause birth defects. But idk how long if takes for the birth defects ect
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