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TABLE 39–5. Treatment of psychiatric illness in pregnancy
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TABLE 39–6. Use of antidepressants in pregnancy: summary points
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TABLE 39–7. Commonly used mood stabilizers in pregnancy: summary points
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TABLE 39–8. Treatment of the bipolar pregnant patient
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TABLE 39–9. Guidelines for management of lithium in the bipolar pregnant patient
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TABLE 39–10. Use of antipsychotics in pregnancy: summary points

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