Did Prozac Cause Your Newborn’s Lung Problems?

January 10, 2012

Recent medical investigations have revealed that Prozac (fluoxetine) is a dangerous drug, potentially requiring hospitalization, respiratory support, and tube feeding for newborns exposed to fluoxetine during their mother’s pregnancy. Studies suggest that the third trimester is the riskiest period for the child and that as many as 30 percent of the newborns who suffered from prolonged exposure to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), like Prozac, experienced birth defects such as tremors, sleep disturbances, or lung problems, including persistent pulmonary hypertension (PPHN).

 

Fears Nachawati fights for families who were victimized by dangerous drugs like Prozac (fluoxetine). Has your child demonstrated symptoms of Prozac (fluoxetine) exposure? Are you concerned that your SSRI may have caused your child’s birth defects? Find out the answer to these questions and many more by contacting our experienced, expert, dedicated professionals. For your free consultation, call us at 1.866.545.8364 or email mn@fnlawfirm.com. We’re ready to fight for you!

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