Can Lexapro Birth Defects Result in Infant Mortality?
Sadly, of the many kinds of birth defects associated with in utero exposure to Lexapro (escitalopram), persistent pulmonary hypertension (PPHN) can result in infant death. For families fortunate enough for their child not to face the harshest symptoms of PPHN, the physical pain and medical expense are still considerable. In numerous cases, newborns with PPHN require treatment in the hospital’s intensive care unit as well as respiratory support from a mechanical ventilator.
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