The Zoloft Birth Defects Center provides comprehensive information about birth defects linked to Zoloft use by mothers during their pregnancy.

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Zoloft (sertraline) is a potent selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) that has been linked to numerous birth defects in children born to mothers who were taking the drug while pregnant.

When taken by an expectant mother in the first trimester of a pregnancy, Zoloft can cause persistent pulmonary hypertension, omphalocele, and septal defects in a baby. Taken later, it can cause respiratory problems, apnea, seizures, feeding difficulties, hypoglycemia, constant crying, and more.

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