Antidepressants and Pregnancy: Tips from an Expert
Joyce Polis said she had to walk back home after she unwittingly offended the driver by trying to crack the joke as she went to pay her fare. The driver told her to get off the bus in Norwich after replying he was insulted, as first reported in the EDP.
Mrs Polis, who was signed off by doctors last week after undergoing treatment for bowel cancer, said: "The bus drivers are lovely normally… they often have a joke. She said the driver had refused to take her money after she made the comment while boarding the number 11 service in Anglia Square on Sunday.
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Mrs Polis, who walks with a stick, said she waited at the bus stop a bit longer before deciding to walk the half-mile 0. She said she wanted to speak out because she did not want the same thing to happen to someone more vulnerable.
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Chris Speed, head of operations at First Eastern Counties, said: "There has clearly been a misunderstanding between the customer and our driver to which we will look into based on the information provided to us. An Ipswich woman has described how the London bus she was on was stopped after those on board heard gunshots.
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Osborne says that there is generally no need to taper off medications during pregnancy. In fact, untreated mental illness itself poses risks to a developing fetus.
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Osborne also says mental illness has direct effects on newborn babies. About 30 percent of babies whose mothers take SSRIs will experience neonatal adaptation syndrome, which can cause increased jitteriness, irritability and respiratory distress difficulty breathing , among other symptoms. If you have a mood disorder, you may benefit from speaking with a reproductive psychiatrist when you are pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant.
Meeting with a doctor after you become pregnant is not too late.
Osborne says her approach with patients is to limit the number of potentially harmful exposures to the baby. This means considering the number of medications a mother is on, as well as her psychiatric illness.