Maternal Use of Drugs for Intestinal Problems, Except Intestinal Inflammations, and Infant Congenital Malformations
Rather low but statistically significant malformation risk increases were seen after maternal use of drugs for functional intestinal diseases and for anti-propulsive drugs. These effects may be explained by a confounding by indication, perhaps as a result of nutritional disturbances.
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