i don't think that there are any tests you can do while your baby is in your uterus, the only kind of "test" would be an ultrasound to look at the fetus in your womb, and that would only be able to show any physical abnormalities. because the FDA recently bumped up Paxil's pregnancy complication rating, i would really talk to your gyno/pcp about
continuing the meds. they will help you decide if the benefit for you is greater than the risk to your baby.
this article may help you understand: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/513612
to give you some insight into this article the odds ratio refers to risk, and an odds ratio of 2 or more signifies increased risk. the higher the odds ratio, the greater the risk. the odds ratio for smoking leading to lung cancer is about
a 10 to give you some context.
again, this issue should really be addressed with your doctor.
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