Fetal growth restriction is a condition when an unborn baby weighs less than 90% of other infants at the same gestational age. Medical studies have shown that this condition can be caused when pregnant woman take Zofran during their pregnancy for nausea. This condition can cause permanent injury and harm to the baby and lawsuits are being filed against the drug maker for failing to warn physicians and women about this potential serious harm.
Signs and symptoms of fetal growth restriction may include:
- Low birth weight
- Difficulty handling delivery
- Decreased oxygen levels
- Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia)
- Low resistance to infection
- Low Apgar scores
- Trouble maintaining body temperature
- High red blood cell count
Lawsuits are being filed against the drug manufacturer by parents of children with fetal growth when the pregnant mother took Zofran to treat nausea as prescribed by her doctor. Substantial settlements are expected in these cases. Our Zofran lawsuit lawyers can help you and your child with your case.
To get started on your Zofran fetal growth restriction case, you can call us anytime at (866) 280-4722 or submit the Free Case Review Box on this page. We will contact you to learn more about your case and explain how we can help you. There are absolutely no legal fees or costs unless you receive a settlement.