Use of Depakote During Pregnancy Can Lead to Birth Defects

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The Food and Drug Administration has warned that women who use the seizure and migraine drug Depakote while pregnant are more likely to give birth to a child with major birth defects than those who use other seizure drugs.

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Topics:  Birth Defects, Drug Safety, FDA, Pharmaceutical, Pregnancy, Prescription Drugs, Side Effects

Published In: Consumer Protection Updates, Health Updates, Products Liability Updates

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