If you're one of the millions of women taking antidepressant medication and are thinking about getting pregnant--the results of a new study may calm some of your fears.
Researchers studied nearly 950,000 women.
For every 10,000 infants born to women taking antidepressants, only 90 had a heart defect.
Those results are similar to the 72 out of 10,000 babies born with defects whose moms were not on anti-depressants.
Researchers say these results show--there is no increased risk for heart defects in babies born to women taking antidepressants.