For a pregnant woman, Zoloft (sertraline) is never entirely without risk. Recent medical studies, however, suggest that the likelihood of a fetus developing a Zoloft-related birth defect is highest when exposure occurs during the first trimester. In fact, for a particular kind of heart condition known as a septal defect, the risk is 200 percent higher if the fetus is exposed to Zoloft during the first trimester.
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