Thank you. It is difficult to be sure about your son's difference in pigmentation of his abdomen. This may be a feature of a condition called cutis marmorata which is also associated with hemihypertrophy in some children. This means that one half of the body appears to grow more rapidly than the other half in infancy and early childhood.This is difficult to spot but fortunately it all evens out later on. It would be best to ask your paediatrician to see your son as a start.
I was unable to find any information linking fluoxetine with congenital disorders, but I must agree that it does appear to be more than a coincidence that two of your children have shown these problems and you were on fluoxetine during your pregnancies with both.
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