Zoloft Legal FAQsUnfortunately for many women, prescription drug safety is often not truly understood until a negative relationship has been established between taking a drug during pregnancy and resulting devastating birth defects in their afterborn children.

Zoloft is one such drug, which was at some point thought to be safe if taken during pregnancy. Zoloft is prescribed for depression,  anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, post traumatic stress and premenstrual dysphoric disorder. It has since been linked to serious birth defects when taken during pregnancy.

By following the links below, you can find out answers to some frequently asked questions regarding Zoloft and its side effects:

Q: What is Zoloft?
A: Zoloft is a prescription drug manufactured by Pfizer and is prescribed for the treatment of depression and other conditions such as anxiety, obsessive compulsive … More

Q: Has Zoloft been recalled?
A: As of August 2011, Zoloft has not been recalled. Zoloft is still being prescribed by physicians. The FDA has issued warnings based on several clinical studies, so it … More

Q: What type of Birth Defects are linked to Zoloft?
A: Babies born to mothers that took Zoloft during pregnancy risk many types of birth defects. Some of these birth defects include: … More

Q: What are my options if I took Zoloft during pregnancy and my baby was born with a birth defect?
A: It is extremely important to contact a skilled Zoloft attorney immediately. An attorney can help review your case and determine whether you have a valid claim to … More

If you feel that you have been detrimentally affected because of taking Zoloft, or your child has suffered birth defects or other side effects as a result of taking Zoloft, contact a Zoloft Attorney to learn more about your legal rights. Drug manufacturers are responsible for the problems that their drugs cause. This includes the responsibility to determine for whom and when their drugs are safe to take.