Your Child’s Pediatrician: They Key to Understanding Prozac Birth Defects
Millions women take Prozac (fluoxetine) every day. Unfortunately, thousands of these Prozac consumers become pregnant without realizing the harmful effects that fluoxetine treatments can have on their unborn child.
Are you personally familiar with the tragic combination of Prozac and pregnancy? Your family and your child may be the victims of Prozac and the intentional recklessness of the drug manufacturers who produced it. Recent medical findings are continuing to show that Prozac drug makers didn’t appropriately test their product or warn consumers and physicians of its possible effects.
As you may know, Prozac (fluoxetine) has been linked to fetal cardiac and pulmonary conditions, including atrial septal defects and persistent pulmonary hypertension (PPHN), among many others. Fortunately, your child’s pediatrician may be able to help you and your family understand whether your child suffers from Prozac-related birth defects. In many cases, common medical instruments such as chest x-rays, ultrasound, and an MRI may be used to determine the presence and scope of your child’s birth defects.
Fears Nachawati helps Prozac victims like you and your family. If you’ve got questions about your rights, we’re prepared to advise you. Contact our experienced attorneys today. For your free consultation, call 1.866.545.8364 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.