Is Zoloft Responsible for Your Child’s Limb Reduction Defects?
Zoloft (sertraline) is more than a widely prescribed antidepressant. It’s also a dangerous drug responsible for injuring an undetermined number of children who were exposed to Zoloft while in their mother’s womb.
Medical studies indicate that the risk associated with prenatal Zoloft exposure and serious birth defects is meaningful. In fact, first trimester Zoloft exposure has been linked to a four-fold increase in limb reduction birth defects, according to one study.
Does your child suffer from a Zoloft-related birth defect like limb reduction, anal atresia, and cardiac defects? Did you regularly ingest Zoloft pursuant to a doctor’s prescription during your pregnancy? These two questions may be more closely related than you might have realized. What’s more, your child’s suffering may constitute the basis of a viable legal cause of action. Want to know more about these important issues? Contact the attorneys and professionals at the Dallas law firm of Fears Nachawati today. For your free consultation, call us at 1.866.545.8364 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.