Is Prozac Responsible for Your Child’s Poor Adaptation?
For thousands of American families, a class of antidepressants known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) have led to a wide variety of child birth defects and disruptions in infant development. In many unfortunately cases, pregnant women continued to take SSRIs like Prozac (fluoxetine), unknowingly and unintentionally exposing the child growing inside them to an array of risks.
Medical studies of Prozac and initial reports suggest that prenatal fluoxetine exposure increases the rate of poor neonatal adaptation and may increase the likelihood of depression and anxious behavior. Clearly, these and other SSRI-related medical outcomes are serious. For many families, the right decision may be to seek advice.
The attorneys at the law firm of Fears Nachawati know how to advise you as to the relationship between your family’s legal rights and the risks associated with Prozac (fluoxetine). Find out how we may be able to help you by talking to our attorneys and dedicated professionals today. For your free consultation, call us at 1.866.545.8364 or email email@example.com. We’re ready to help you!