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Use of antidepressants late in pregnancy may result in an increased risk of PPHN of the newborn

JAMA – Journal of the American Medical Association says that an analysis of approximately 3.8 million pregnancies finds that use of antidepressants late in pregnancy may be associated with an increased risk of persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (PPHN). 256 more words

Drugs

Not a Theme Park

The last few days since Saturday have been up and down.  How unusual!  😆 Bahahaha!  Just kidding, it will be unusual when we have a week that doesn’t change a couple hundred times.   789 more words

Reilly Wilson - Celebration of Life - Day 13

Day 13 Posts – February 8, 2014

I’m re-using an awesome eyes open picture from February 8 for this post since it seems like we didn’t take any pictures on February 9. 339 more words

making changes

Today is going to be a day of actively trying to make things better.  Sounds good of course, but it translates to “making lots of changes” and that means procedures that impact Reilly. 163 more words

Update: 11d and Looking Forward

Why yes, those are open eyes (ok, open a crack, but it’s tough to time it perfectly for when he’s totally staring about at whoever is making noise. 747 more words

Day 1 by ourselves

Although I’m thankful for the help, have I mentioned how nice it is to take care of Jackson without nurses?  Until we get a replacement, Jess and I are covering the weekend days. 9 more words

Day 1 by ourselves

Although I’m thankful for the help, have I mentioned how nice it is to take care of Jackson without nurses? Until we get a replacement, Jess and I are covering the weekend days. 10 more words