Key clinical point: SSRIs were associated with reduced fecundability and live birth rate in women of reproductive age.
Major finding: SSRIs reduced fecundability by approximately 23% and the live birth rate by approximately 10%; patients taking fluoxetine also experienced a higher rate of pregnancy loss than patients taking other SSRIs.
Study details: A longitudinal exposure assessment of 1,228 women trying to conceive in the Effects of Aspirin in Gestation and Reproduction (EAGeR) trial.
Disclosures: Dr. Sjaarda reported no relevant conflicts of interest.
Sjaarda L et al. ASRM 2019, Abstract O-1.