Depakote® Linked to Serious Birth Defects

If you or a loved one took Depakote while pregnant and your child has a birth defect, you may have legal recourse. It’s important to speak with an experienced Depakote Lawsuit Attorney for a free Depakote birth defect case evaluation.

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Depakote® has caused severe birth defects including Spina Bifida, Fetal Death, and serious Skeletal Defects

Depakote, or divalproex sodium, is a widely prescribed drug originally used to treat patients with a manic depressive or bi-polar disorder. Depakote has also been commonly prescribed to treat chronic pain, epilepsy, convulsive seizures, and migraine headaches.

Depakote and other Valproate drugs have been linked to side effects that include serious birth defects. The FDA has required the maker of Depakote to include a strong black box warning alerting doctors and patients to the potential for life-threatening side effects associated with Depakote use including serious birth defects such as anencephaly (brainless babies) and spina bifida.

Did you or someone you love take Depakote (divalproex sodium) while pregnant and have a child that suffers from

  • Cleft Palate
  • Hand Deformations
  • Pulmonary Stenosis
  • Heart Malformations
  • Undescended Testes
  • Spina Bifida
  • Serious Skeletal Defects
  • Neural Tube Malformations
  • Fetal Death
  • Growth Retardation

If you feel that taking Depakote caused birth defects in your child, you should speak with a Depakote Attorney to learn about your rights. If your child was born with any of the Depakote birth defects like spina bifida, cleft palate, hand deformation, heart malformation, skeletal defects, or hypoplasia you may be eligible for compensation.

Complete the Depakote Lawsuit Claim Review Request for a free consultation with an experienced Depakote Attorney to review your Depakote birth defect law suit situation.