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Fabro S, Sieber SM. 
“Is lysergide a teratogen?”. 
Lancet. 1968;? (I):639.
Lysergide (lysergic-acid diethylamide, LSD) causes chromosomal abberations in cultured human leucocytes, and maybe teratogenic in rats, mice, and hamsters. A mother who took lysergide during the first trimester of pregnancy had a congenitally malformed baby. We have not been able to detect any significant teratogenic effects in the offspring of does treated with lysergide.
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