Is Your Child’s Heart Defect Connected to Your Prozac Prescription?

August 21, 2012

Tragically, thousands of children are born with birth defects every year. While the cause is unknown for most of these victims, a growing number have been linked to prenatal exposure to Prozac (fluoxetine). In the last several years, multiple medical studies have concluded that when an expecting mother takes Prozac, the result is increased risk that her child will be born with cardiac or pulmonary conditions.

 

Was your child born with a heart or lung birth defect, such as persistent pulmonary hypertension (PPHN)? Did you take Prozac during your pregnancy? If the answers to these questions is yes, you may have a valid cause of action against the drug manufacturer who put Prozac into the market. Find out everything you need to know about your legal remedies by talking to the lawyers and dedicated professionals at the Dallas law firm of Fears Nachawati. With years of experience and expertise, we know how to advise you and your family. For a 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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