New York, NY (PRWEB) November 01, 2012
The Zoloft Birth Defects Center Web site contains the latest social media features that make it easy for visitors to spread the word about the dangers of Zoloft, on popular sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus. The site also contains pages where visitors can find answers to frequently asked questions, as well as the latest updates about the class of drugs known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), of which Zoloft is a member.
Numerous studies have linked Zoloft to serious birth defects such as persistent pulmonary hypertension, cleft lip/cleft palate, clubbed foot, septal defects, and other disorders. It is considered dangerous to take Zoloft during all stages of pregnancy, but especially during the first trimester, which is a critical stage of fetal development. It has also been suggested that Zoloft use during pregnancy can cause premature birth or miscarriage, as well as autism spectrum disorder. Mothers who take Zoloft might also put themselves at risk for preeclampsia, a condition characterized by dangerously high blood pressure that can occur during the later stages of pregnancy.
The Rottenstein Law Group urges anyone whose child suffered birth defects as a result of the child’s mother taking Zoloft during pregnancy, to visit the firm’s Web site in order to obtain valuable information about Zoloft birth defects, and to determine whether speaking to a qualified personal injury lawyer is a prudent course of action. (Attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.)
About THE ROTTENSTEIN LAW GROUP
The Rottenstein Law Group is a New York-based law firm that represents clients nationwide in mass tort actions. The firm was founded by Rochelle Rottenstein, who has more than two decades of experience as a lawyer, to represent clients in consumer product injury, mass tort, and class action lawsuits in a compassionate manner.
The Rottenstein Law Group, LLP
Rochelle Rottenstein, Esq.
321 W. 44th Street
New York NY 10036
(212) 933-9500 (office phone)
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