GlaxoSmithKline is being sued for failing to properly warn consumers of the risks of birth defects when used for nausea during pregnancy.
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The use of Zofran while pregnant may increase the risk of side effects in babies including:
Zofran is a medication that blocks nausea and vomiting signals sent to the brain. The FDA approved Zofran to treat nausea in chemotherapy and surgery patients, but many doctors prescribed it off-label to treat morning sickness in pregnant women. In January 2012, the CDC published a report that showed a link between women who took Zofran during their first trimester and serious birth defects. If you were prescribed Zofran while pregnant and had a child born with Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension of Newborn (PPHN), Spina Bifida, Craniosysntosis, Cleft Lip or Palate, Club Foot, Heart Damage/Defect, Internal Malformation, or a Lung Defect an attorney may be able to help you receive the compensation you deserve.
In February 2015, a woman from Massachusetts filed a lawsuit against GlaxcoSmithKline, after her child was born with severe birth defects requiring several corrective surgeries. Since this lawsuit has surfaced, similar claims against Zofran have been brought to light. If you were prescribed Zofran while pregnant and your child was born with a birth defect you deserve financial compensation for medical expenses, lost wages and emotional trauma. Don’t wait any longer! Take our free claim review today to see if you may have a case.
These pharmaceutical manufacturers need to be held responsible for the adverse birth defects Zofran drugs may be responsible for. Lawyers are now accepting cases for Zofran class action lawsuits. If you were taking an Zofran medication while pregnant and your child was born after 1997 with any of the mentioned birth defects it is important to file your claim as soon as possible by filling out the form above and you may be eligible to get the financial compensation you deserve.