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Zoloft Birth Defects: Congenital Limb Defect

Posted on August 25th, 2011 No Comments

Studies have found limb defects present in newborns of mothers who have taken Zoloft during their pregnancy.

A congenital limb defect occurs when there is improper formation of a portion of a fetus. There are different types of limb defects, including the following:

– Absence of a portion of the arms or legs

– Extra limbs, including fingers and toes

– Lack of separation between fingers or toes

– Legs or arms that are much smaller or much larger than average

Surgery, braces, prosthetics and therapy are used to treat congenital limb defects. The goal of these treatments is to build a limb that functions properly, as well as help the victim’s social and emotional development by improving the appearance of the limb.

If your use of Zoloft while pregant has resulted in your child suffering from a congenital limb defect or other birth defect, please contact the Zoloft birth defect lawsuit attorneys of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-641-9810 today.

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