Depakote Drug Overdose During Pregnancy Can Cause Birth Defects
Depakote is a widely used drug marketed by Abbott Laboratories to treat long-term manic and depressive parts of rapidly-cycling bipolar disorder. Other uses of Depakote include treating patients for migraines, epilepsy and chronic pain associated with nervous system diseases (neuropathy). Depakote side effects however including birth defects has cause the use of this Bi-Polar drug to be questioned. Depakote lawsuits have been filed due to many children born with the severe birth defects See:Depakote Spina Bifida
Depakote Side Effects to Unborn Infants
The most serious side effects of Depakote involve birth defects to the fetus. Many of the unborn children of these pregnant women taking Depakote are born with severe birth defects. These serious Depakote side effects may include:
Other children born with side effects Depakote toxicity include birth defects such as:
Hand structure malformations
Hypospadias (a urethra opening in the wrong place)
Hypoplastic right heart
Depakote Lawsuits - Talk to a Depakote Attorney
If your child was born with severe birth defects, spina bifida or other skeletal or growth retardation it may have resulted from of Depakote being taken during pregnancy. Call and talk to Depakote law firm that has represented thousnads of clients over the last 25+ years and understands drug litigation. Call for a Free & Confidential Depakote Lawsuit Evaluation. Talk to a Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer licensed in Texas and in New York with a National Presence. All cases are taken on a contingency fee basis and the client is never charged an attorney fee or any legal case expenses unless a recovery is obtained. We are handling a large number of birth defect cases and understand the dangerous nature of this product and potential defect and we work hard for our clients.
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