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- Friday, 26 October 2012 03:00
SSRI Birth Defects Affect Communication by Infants
By John Curran
Slow and steady wins the race, everyone learned in the story of the tortoise and the hare. That is the same goal for language development in infants. Unfortunately, SSRI birth defect side effects in pregnant women can turn a child into a hare so to speak.
A professor at the University of British Columbia recently found that Prozac birth defect side effects can quicken a child's ability to hear and see. Unfortunately, there is a difference between receiving that information and processing it. In this case, imagine the SSRI birth defect side effects like the hare. It moves so fast that it actually has to take a break for the tortoise to catch up. The infant may learn to tune language out since it cannot understand it.
Unfortunately, women who do not take any antidepressants are also at risk for language issues in their children. They take longer for early language development to be successful according to the same study. However, those who do not want to risk Prozac birth defect side effects do have the option of other classes of antidepressants that are not as harmful to fetuses.
While language development may not become a concern until after the birth, other Lexapro side effects can be seen with an ultrasound. They can include holes in the heart or even improper skull formation. These can be difficult, if not impossible to fix. It means that Lexapro side effects may affect families long after expectant mothers realized that there was a problem.
If your or someone you know has dealt with difficult pregnancies that may have been linked to Prozac birth defect side effects, learn more about your options. Visit the Zoloft, Paxil, Celexa, Lexapro & Prozac SSRI Antidepressant Birth Defect Class Action Lawsuit Investigation now to find out what is currently happening in the court systems. You can also fill out the short form for a free legal review of your potential case by an experienced Zoloft birth defect class action lawsuit attorney.
The conditions these medications may create can impact families like your or those you know for a lifetime. There may be a way to get some help with medical bills or even various therapies. Make the best decision with a no-cost consultation from an experienced Zoloft birth defect class action lawsuit attorney today.
Updated October 26th, 2012
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