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Antidepressant Birth Defects Lawsuit News

A report from the CDC indicates that a number of antidepressant drugs, when taken by a pregnant mother, cause birth defects. Birth defects are quite rare, but drugs such as Celexa, Lexapro, Wellbutrin and Zoloft increase the rate of birth defects in children and also cause more severe birth defects. Antidepressant birth defects can lead to lasting health problems, permanent disabilities, and developmental delays, and can even result in death. Anencephaly, craniosynostosis, omphalocele, club foot, spina bifida and cardiac problems are all antidepressant birth defects. If a child in your family was born with birth defects after the mother took antidepressants during pregnancy, an antidepressant birth defect lawyer can help you learn about your legal options. This page provides links to antidepressant birth defect lawsuit news.

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If you believe your child's birth defect may have resulted from the mother taking an antidepressant drug, please visit our website at to learn more information about antidepressant birth defects lawsuits and to contact antidepressant birth defects lawyers.

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