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Should pregnant women with bipolar disorder be required to take medication?

  • Living the Dream of 1984

    If you believe in 1984, then make the citizens take their soma. We are rapidly approaching the state predicted in the novel 1984, where the government monitors all of your movements and mandates the consumption of your daily medicine. If you like that, then tell women to take their medicine.

  • The medication could be more dangerous to the baby, then an untreated mother.

    I think the only people who should be required to take medication for bipolar disorder are people who are a danger to themselves, other people, or their unborn baby. Most people with bipolar disorder do not fall into these categories. Making them take medication could in fact make things worse, who knows what effect the medication could have on their unborn baby.

  • Pregnant women with bipolar disorder should not be required to take medication.

    Pregnant women with bipolar disorder should not be required to take medication. This should be totally up to the parents to deal with. This disorder is not contagious or dangerous to the baby and I do not think it is our right to force women to do anything they do not want to do.

  • It's better for baby.

    No, pregnant women with bipolar disorder should not be required to take medication, because their babies might be healthier if they do not take medication while they are pregnant. The child should be born without being dependent on any drugs. If they have problems later on in life, that can be treated.


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