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Amisulpride is used to treat what disease?

  Amisulpride is an atypical antipsychotic used in the treatment of schizophrenic disorders.

  There are no studies that specifically investigate the use of amisulpride during pregnancy. Although exposures to amisulpride are included in a number of studies that report fetal outcomes in women exposed to various antipsychotics, exposures to amisulpride generally accounted for only a small proportion of the cohort of l And were not analyzed separately.

  Since amisulpride has not been adequately studied, there is currently insufficient data to exclude or quantify the risk of unwanted pregnancy outcomes during pregnancy. Increased risks for spontaneous abortion, congenital malformation, intrauterine death, small for gestational age, preterm delivery, neonatal complications and neurodevelopmental disorders have been reported for antipsychotics as a group, But data are limited and for some contradictory results and the relative contribution of the underlying maternal disease and co-exposure to other psychoactive substances remains undefined.