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Zoloft pregnancy: Birth Defects and Experienced Attorneys

If you took Zoloft antidepressants during your pregnancy and were misinformed in any way about the possible dangers that these antidepressants might have on your unborn baby, contact the Zoloft birth defect attorneys at Ketchmark and McCreight, P.C. without further delay.

Our attorneys are highly experienced in pregnancy malpractice and birth defects claims across Kansas and Missouri. We are aware of all recent developments and studies that link Zoloft and the pregnant women taking the drug with birth defects in newborns which can sometimes be fatal in very serious cases.

Let us look over your Zoloft birth defect claim today and we will be able to advise you about the strength of your Zoloft birth defect claim and the possible legal avenues that might be open for you to follow. Also, make sure you read the attached article about other kinds of antidepressants which can cause birth defects when taken by women during their pregnancies. The article is thorough and highly useful.

Link to What Antidepressants Cause Birth Defects in your Newborn? article

Our extensive experience of over 15 years in medical malpractice law nationwide means that we have the expertise and knowledge necessary to help you with your Zoloft birth defect claim, whatever the circumstances.

What is Zoloft? How does this antidepressant affect pregnant women and their newborns?
Zoloft is an antidepressant which may cause harm to the fetus if it is used during the last three months of pregnancy, but this is the time when the pregnant women is at her most hormonal and normally the time when she needs her antidepressants the most, which is why some doctors decide to continue prescribing the drug regardless of the dangers.

The important factor to bear in mind here is that the pregnant woman must be made thoroughly aware of all the risks involved in taking Zoloft during her pregnancy. If you are taking Zoloft and have not been informed of the risks, it is very important that you read the rest of this article and then contact the medical malpractice lawyers at Ketchmark and McCreight, P.C. without further delay.

If you did take Zoloft during your pregnancy and your newborn baby is suffering from restlessness, poor feeding, constant crying or insomnia, you might be able file a claim for medical compensation with the help of our experienced attorneys.

What have recent studies revealed about Zoloft, pregnancy and birth defects?
Recent studies into Zoloft have assigned the drug to pregnancy category C. This means that animal studies have taken place and revealed dangerous reactions in the newborns, but no significant data has yet been linked to humans. However, the risk does exist and it is the responsibility of your doctor to ensure that you are thoroughly aware of these risks before you put your unborn child in danger.

Pregnant animals that have been subjected to Zoloft during the third trimester of pregnancy gave birth to offspring that required prolonged hospitalization, respiratory support and tube feeding. Other clinical findings have included respiratory distress, cyanosis, apnea, seizures, temperature instability, feeding difficulty, vomiting, hypoglycemia, hypotonia, hypertonia, hyperreflexia, tremor, jitteriness, irritability and constant crying.

If you have been taking the antidepressant, Zoloft, without being aware of the possible dangers and you newborn baby is now suffering as a result, contact the medical malpractice attorneys at Ketchmark and McCreight, P.C. without any further delay.

Why contact the attorneys at Ketchmark and McCreight, P.C. about your experience of Zoloft during pregnancy? How can we help with the filing of your birth defect claim?
Our attorneys are well versed in the developments of Zoloft medical studies. If you want to have an experience attorney in your corner with extensive and up-to-date knowledge of Zoloft, pregnancy and birth defect claims, we are the attorneys that you need to contact first.

Take a look at some of the personal injury success that we can lay claim to on our verdicts and settlements page at any time and understand that you will be receiving legal support from highly informed and prepared attorneys who have been working in the field of personal injury law for over 15 years.

We are looking forward to hearing from you today.

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