Macrolide prescribing in pregnancy linked to risk of birth defects
Researchers have called for caution when prescribing macrolides in pregnancy, after finding a small increased risk of birth defects in children whose mothers received the antibiotics during the first trimester of pregnancy.
by Chloe Harman
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