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Effexor and Pristiq Side Effects

Do you or did you take Effexor?  Do you or did you take Pristiq?

Effexor (Venlafaxine) or Pristiq (Desvenlafaxine) linked to birth defects!

Effexor and Pristiq are some of the most commonly prescribed anti depressants on the market, if not the most common. Effexor and Pristiq are known to cause serious side effects for many people using this medication.

FDA issues strong warnings on Anti-Depresssants and health risks for Effexor and Pristiq users. Has Effexor or Pristiq caused health issues in your life or your child's life?

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Efffexor and Pristiq Side Effects

Effexor, also known as venlafaxine, is a serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRI) antidepressant prescribed for the treatment of major depressive disorder, anxiety, and panic disorder. Recently, along with other types of common antidepressants, studies have raised major concerns about birth defects in newborns.

Babies who were exposed to Effexor prior to birth may be at an increased risk of developing severe birth defects. These side effects may include heart and lung defects and developmental delays. Although little research has been done on the risk of Effexor birth defects, medications that are similar to Effexor have been linked to serious risks for newborn babies.

Birth defects reportedly linked to Effexor:
Possible Birth Defects
    * Persistent Pulmoonary Hypertension in Newborn
    * Anal atresia (complete or partial closure of the anus)
    * Atrial Septal Defect
    * Cardiac (heart) defects
    * Heart Ventricle Outflow Track Defects
    * A Ventrical Septal Defect
    * Cleft lip and cleft palate
    * Club foot (one or both feet turn downward and inward)
    * Craniosynostosis (abnormally shaped
    * Pulmonary Stenosis
      Infant omphalocele (abdominal wall defects)
    * Neural-tube defects (brain and spinal cord)
    * Pulmonary (lung) defects

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