Clomid infertility drug linked to birth defects

What is Clomid?

Clomid is a fertility drug prescribed to women that do not produce ova (eggs) to help them get pregnant.  It was approved by the FDA in 1967. Evidence shows Clomid can stay in the mother’s system for the first few weeks of pregnancy, which might put the baby at risk of exposure.

The FDA has classified this drug as a Category X drug.  Category X means the drug is known to cause birth defects.

Infertility drug birth defects:

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These birth defects have been found in clinical studies were reported at a rate of less than one percent.  These rates are low, but the seriousness of the birth defects is what makes this drug a serious issue.  If you or someone you know took Clomid for infertility and it resulted in birth defects, contact The Carlson Law Firm for an experienced attorney to be by your side. Call the office for a free consultation to see if you have a case.

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