What Birth Defects Are Associated with Zoloft?
Multiple scientific studies have linked Zoloft (sertraline) to a number of cardiac, pulmonary, and developmental birth defects. Tragic Zoloft-related neonatal conditions include anal atresia, septal defects, and limb reductions, among others.
While the absolute risks are small, the hard reality is that fetal sertraline exposure during the first trimester of pregnancy substantially increases the relative risk of birth defects. And for families who are living with the aftermath of a Zoloft-impacted pregnancy, the available courses of action are often emotionally and financially significant.
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