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Canadian Regulation on Fetal Exposure to Psychotropic Drugs – Public Input Needed

November 7, 2011

Canadian Regulation on Fetal Exposure to Psychotropic Drugs – Public Input Needed (Cross-Posted on The Bitter Pill blog)

Amery and Christiane Schultz have been asked to provide input on proposed recommendations regarding psychotropic drugs in pregnancy in Canada. Amery & Christiane are hard-working activists affiliated with UNITE and MADNAP. Please send any comments you may have to by Thursday of this week (November 10, 2011), or call 817-793-8028.

See the following note from Amery:

I am looking for input as to what you feel should be included in recommendations for establishing protocols surrounding women being treated with and babies exposed to psychotropic medications during pregnancy. These recommendations will be presented to both the Canadian Pediatric Association as well as the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada. We have found a good ally who is proposing that we address the National Conference of the Canadian Pediatric Association.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Dee permalink
    November 9, 2011 10:27 pm

    Please watch this video if you haven’t seen it already:


  2. April 19, 2012 7:36 pm

    Thanks for sharing that video, Dee. I haven’t seen it before.

  3. Katherine Jaconello permalink
    August 5, 2014 2:44 pm

    I have spent several years writing to my Member of Provinicial Parliament, Peter Tabuns, in Toronto, about the birth defects caused by administering antidepressants to pregnant women. He has never replied. Psychiatrist, Shaila Misri and University of British Columbia created “peripsychiatry” – delivering psychiatry, psychiatric drugs and electroconvulsive shock to pregnant and post-partum women. The head of the Mental Health Commission, David Goldbloom, along with psychiatrist Jon Davine (look him up on RateMDs), wrote the book “Psychiatry in Primary Care” published by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health ( for family doctors. They advocate lifetime medication – with drugs which have only been studied for 6 – 8 weeks, antidepressants for pregnant women, electroconvulsive shock for pregnant women, and how to diagnose psychiatric conditions in 5 minutes. I filed a complaint about those recommendations for pregnant women with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. They supported that treatment. The Health Review Board which I appealed to would not take it up. The lawyers for the Canadian Medical Protective Association supported that “treatment” – drugs and electroconvulsive shock for pregnant women. Motherisk at Sick Children’s Hospital, psychiatrist Gideon Koren, advocate keeping women on antidepressant drugs.

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