What Are Common Celexa Birth Defects?
As your family copes with the reality of a child who suffers from a birth defect, you probably have a lot of questions. That’s understandable. What you need is a consultation with the Fears Nachawati specialists who understand both the medical realities of Celexa and the laws that protect children injured by dangerous drugs.
Celexa, an anti-depression drug that many pregnant mothers inadvertently continue taking during their pregnancy, has been shown to cause cardiac birth defects and congenital heart defects. Specifically, Celexa causes anencephaly, a neural tube defect affecting the spinal cord and brain, craniosynostosis, a defect affecting the skull bones, and omphalocele, a birth defect impacting the small and large intestine, among other internal organs. For some of these birth defects, Celexa causes an increase in the likelihood of their occurrence by more than 200%.
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