Monday, October 5, 2009

Fox Spokesdoctor: Doubling of heart defect rate "Doesn't mean anything." 1/250 Incidence "extremely low."

Fox Spokesdoctor: Doubling of heart defect rate "Doesn't mean anything." 1/250 Incidence "extremely low."

Isadore Rosenfeld is a guest doctor for Fox News. Fox consulted him in a pleasant little chat about the emerging evidence of risks of antidepressants to developing not-yet-born babies.
hopefully, he is simlpy unaware of the scary numbers emerging. Cuz his statement is quite callous otherwise.

The alarming evidence, as it continues to become available, suggests problems at a scary degree.
But Dr. Rosenfeld says this info "doesn't mean anything."

Watch his video at Fox News Health videos. Oct 4 "Sunday Housecall."

If you "need" antidepresant to make it through pregnancy, take 'em. But maybe keep it to just one. One doesn't mean anything. But who knows - two might.

Oct 04, 2009http://www.foxnews.com/video/index.html
I have posted a little on this topic: mainly that, with perfectly valid alternatives to pills, why bother with the risk? Why doesn't Dr. Rosenfeld recommend switching to an empirically validated, safe alternative?

http://www.medsvstherapy.com/2009/04/fishing-with-no-hook-with-sample-of.html

http://www.medsvstherapy.com/2009/04/melanie-blocker-stokes-act-lets-promote.html

Don't call on my house, Dr. Rosenfeld.

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