This Week’s Top Pregnancy & Lactation News

Top Pregnancy & Lactation News You Don't Want to Miss!

This week, we launched our latest giveaway! You could win an amazing Philips AVENT breast pump! Enter you email address here and remember to confirm your email address when you get the automated reply. By the way, you can enter more than one email address to increase the odds of winning!

The Oscars are coming up next month and we got thinking… we love movies related to pregnancy and families. So, we produced a video of our all-time favorite movies to watch when you are expecting. Check them out here and share the video with your friends! Also, subscribe to our YouTube channel here

A new study has shown that antidepressants used in pregnancy do not increase the risk of congenital heart defects in the baby.  If this topic is relevant to you, consult with your doctor and read here some important concepts. Share your experiences with the Pregistry Facebook community too!

Mental health issues during pregnancy are an important subject to discuss.  A recent panel has come together to bring this subject to light. The panel calls for mental illness screening during and after pregnancy. Read more about it here.  

A new intriguing study suggests that using paracetamol during pregnancy could affect fertility in girls.  The study was performed in rats and also involved a drug used to treat arthritis and inflammation. Share your thought on it all in the community.

Do you have a pet? If so, are you preparing it for your new baby? Learn why and how to do this in our top post of the week here! And, please, share your experience with us in the Comments section.

Have a great weekend and please share this blog post with your friends! Follow us on Facebook and Twitter, you will love it!

Diego Wyszynski
Dr. Diego Wyszynski is the Founder and CEO of Pregistry. He is an expert on the effects of medications and vaccines in pregnancy and lactation and an accomplished writer, having published 3 books with Oxford University Press and more than 70 articles in medical journals. In 2017, he was selected a TEDMED Research Scholar. Diego attended the University of Buenos Aires School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

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