Category Archives: Pharmaceutical Birth Defects

Court Upholds $327 Million Dollar Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson

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Those harmed by taking Risperdal should contact an injury lawyer immediately. Courts are holding Johnson & Johnson accountable for this dangerous drug. Read more…

Topomax Anti-Seizure Medication Birth Defect Litigation

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The Johnson & Johnson drug Topomax (generic version Topiramate) is under fire from reports linking its ingestion by expecting mothers to birth defects. Read more…

Birth Defects Linked to Antidepressants

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Mothers taking SSRI antidepressants are warned to urgently consult with their medical doctors to avoid unwanted birth defects. Read more…

SSRI Antidepressant Birth Defect Lawsuit

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Pregnant women taking antidepressants while pregnant should immediately consult with their medical provider to prevent birth defects. SSRI drugs such as Paxil, Zoloft, Proxac or Lexapro are linked to birth defects if taken while pregnant. Read more…

Pharmaceutical Birth Defects Attorney: New Warning for Topamax-related Birth Defects

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The Food and Drug Administration has increased Topamax warnings after new evidence links the drug to birth defects. Read more…

Paxil Linked to More Birth Defects

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Medical studies indicate that Paxil is responsible for two times as many birth defects as other antidepressants. Read more…

Pharmaceutical Birth Defect Lawyer: Antidepressants

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Birth defects are being noticed by mothers taking antidepressants during pregnancy. If you are pregnant and taking antidepressants, contact your medical professionals immediately. Read more…