Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Celexa warning!

Does ‘craniosynostosis’ mean anything to you? Obviously no; after all you are not an affected party.

I don’t want to scare but I will let you in with some details. Babies born with ‘craniosynostosis’ are said to have deformed skull. I think that is enough. This occurrence though rare naturally, of late, such cases are reported widely in the medico legal circle.

Product liability lawyers are widely advertising their service to those who are contemplating to file Celexa lawsuit by which women who delivered babies with birth defects after taking Celexa, an anti-depressant.

The birth defects apart from skull defect are pertaining to heart, lungs, abdominal wall defects, club foot (one or both feet turn downward and inward), and complete or partial closure of the anus.

Gruesome-aren’t they?

Anti-depressants that cause these harmful side effects include Celexa, Effexor, Lexapro, Pristiq, Prozac and Zoloft.

Contact O’Hanlon, McCollom & Demerath – Personal Injury Lawyers – 808 West Avenue, Austin, TX. 78701 – 512-494-9949, if a need arises to you or to someone you know.
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David Smith said...

The Celexa recommended dosage during pregnancy is very important, but still it`s better to stop taking Celexa.