- 4 years ago
- Wedding: December 2012
KoiKove: That article even states that the studies done have very major variables that throw off the accuracy of the study, such as that if the mother had or previously had a psychiatric illness, it was much more likely that her children would develop behavioral issues. When they removed those pieces from the puzzle the chance of issue after 3 dropped by half. When they took into account women who never had a psychiatric issue, that rate of behavioral issues after 3 years dropped even more.
So, while there may be a link, right now it’s not definitive and it’s not a very strong one. It even addresses women taking Tylenol to combat fever, which left untreated would do more damage to the child than if the mother had taken Tylenol in the first place.