Live Chat

What Do Medical Studies Suggest About Zoloft?

Thousands of Zoloft (sertraline) patients don’t realize what the medical community has discovered through recent studies: consumption during pregnancy can translate into fetal exposure and, as a result, elevate the risk that a child is born with a serious birth defect such as anal atresia, limb reduction, or heart defects.


Many patients also don’t realize that while the risk of Zoloft harm is highest for fetuses during the first trimester, the possibility of exposure through lactation exists as well.


Are you a Zoloft patient who recent gave birth to a child suffering from a congenital heart condition or other serious birth defect? Your SSRI prescription and your child’s medical ailments may be more closely related than you might have thought. Moreover, the relationship between treatment and injury may have given right to a legal claim worth exploring. Learn more about how Zoloft might have injured your family’s legal rights by contacting the personal injury experts at the firm of Fears Nachawati today. With years of experience and dedicated expertise, we know how to advise you. For your free consultation, call us at 1.866.545.8364 or email

Drug Litigation Personal Injury

What Do Medical Studies Suggest About Zoloft?