The Many Complications with Celexa
Celexa (citalopram) remains a widely prescribed antidepressant, despite a large and disconcerting list of complications. Although Celexa may successive stem the tide of depression for some consumers, for pregnant patients citalopram treatments come with some distressing side effects: according to the New England Journal of Medicine, infants exposed to Celexa after the 20th week of pregnancy were six times more likely to be born with persistent pulmonary hypertension (PPHN).
Moreover, a Pediatrics study identified Celexa risks for newborns as including abnormal heart rhythms, and others medical outlets have identified Celexa exposure as increasing the probability of respiratory complications by 100 percent. This data is distressing for many families, particularly those whose child has suffered as a result of Celexa.
Are you ready to find out whether you have a legal cause of action as a result of your child’s birth defects? These questions are hard to ask – and they often aren’t easy to answer – but it’s worth it to many families to get to the truth about this dangerous antidepressant. Find out whether the team at Fears Nachawati is prepared to help you by contacting our professionals today. For your free consultation, call us at 1.866.545.8364 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re ready to fight for you!