Pfizer’s Zoloft Raises Questions about Safety during Pregnancy
Pharmaceudical giant Pfizer, Inc. has manufactured Zoloft (sertraline) for 21 years and filled as much as 27 million prescriptions annually. Despite the long-standing popularity of this SSRI antidepressant, however, recent questions have cast a long and disquieting shadow over what many experts call a dangerous drug.
Several medical reports suggest that Zoloft may significantly increase the likelihood of neonatal birth defects when consumed by pregnant women. Specifically, Zoloft has been linked to such conditions as cleft palate, persistent pulmonary hypertension (PPHN), neurological defects, stomach conditions, and heart defects.
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