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What birth defects are associated with Zoloft?

Women who take Zoloft may be at greater risk for having babies who suffer from birth defects. Studies have shown that sertaline, the generic name for Zoloft, travels through the umbilical cord and comes in direct contact with unborn babies.

The most commonly reported birth defects associated with Zoloft are:

  • Omphalocele — a defect in the abdominal wall
  • Anal atresia — a malformation of the rectum
  • Limb reduction — a defect in the formation of bones
  • Congenital heart defects – heart problems including holes in the heart and persistent pulmonary hypertension
  • Anal atresia – full or partial closure of the anus

These defects may cause an unborn baby serious trauma. Some may be left with permanent disabilities because of these birth defects while others may require extensive reparative surgery to fix the problems.

Mothers who took Zoloft during pregnancy and gave birth to babies with birth defects may be entitled to financial compensation. Contact the Zoloft birth defect lawsuit attorneys of Williams Kherkher today at 800-641-9810 to learn more about your legal rights and options.

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