Tylenol Autism ADHD Lawsuit | Acetaminophen Autism ADHD Claim
Claims of Tylenol and Acetaminophen use during pregnancy caused birth defects such as Autism and ADHD
Tylenol (Acetaminophen), one of the most popular over the counter medications for pain relief and high fever, has been linked to an increased risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and other developmental disorders in children exposed to Acetaminophen during pregnancy.
Legal action is being taken against Johnson & Johnson and McNeil Consumer Products, the manufacturers of the drug, on behalf of pregnant women who used Acetaminophen during pregnancy and children who developed disorders such as ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and more.
You may be eligible to file a Tylen Autism ADHD Lawsuit / Acetaminophen Autism ADHD Claim if you or a loved one used Tylenol and/ or Acetaminophen during pregnancy, and your child was subsequently diagnosed with ADHD or Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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Scientific research has shown that taking Tylenol and/or Acetaminophen during pregnancy resulted in a higher risk of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) diagnosis.
Researchers from Johns Hopkins University and the US Department of Health and Human Services published a study which found that cord plasma biomarkers of fetal exposure to Acetaminophen and cord blood samples contained a higher risk for ADHD diagnosis.
Research has also concluded that the children of women who took Tylenol / Acetaminophen during pregnancy experienced elevated risks of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Researchers from Denmark and Spain conducted studies on birth cohorts and groups that totaled over 65,000 children and mothers, and found that acetaminophen exposure was associated with higher rates of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Complex Developmental Disorder.
Partnering with UCLA, Danish and Norwegian researchers analyzed data from the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study and concluded that acetaminophen use when pregnant was associated with increased risk of Cerebral Palsy in Children.
Previous research and previous studies have widely reported that Tylenol is safe for pregnant women to use, and many health professionals still may suggest it.
New research and warnings from doctors and scientists indicate that there may be a possible link between using Tylenol during pregnancy and a greater risk for neurological conditions that hamper child development, especially during the first trimester.
Lawyers are currently investigating the claims made agains the drug manufacturers and are preparing for legal action.
Potential clients are encouraged to contact legal representation.
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The use of Acetaminophen while pregnant may put a developing fetus at a greater risk of being diagnosed with ADHD or Autism Spectrum Disorder later in life.
Research from scientists, doctors, health professionals, and health agencies all over the world indicates that Tylenol use may contribute to the onset of disorders and symptoms such as:
“Paracetamol use during pregnancy - a call for precautionary action” is a September 2021 Consensus Statement published in Nature Reviews Endocrinology that provides a warning to the public of the many potential risks associated with Acetaminophen use in pregnancy.
This new study builds off decades of scientific research conducted on birth cohorts and mother-child pairs: summarizing evidence which chronicles the usage patterns, diagnoses, health impacts, and more over long periods of time relating to the use of Acetaminophen during pregnancy.
If you or a loved one’s child has been diagnosed with a neurological disorder such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) that may be attributed to Acetaminophen exposure in the womb, you may be eligible to file a claim.
Gathering evidence that verifies your case for prenatal Acetaminophen exposure is crucial.
It must be proven that Tylenol or a generic equivalent was taken during pregnancy, and that your child was subsequently diagnosed with a neurological disorder related to documentary and scientific evidence.
Evidence for a Tylenol lawsuit may include:
After gathering evidence for your case, finding an attorney to handle your case and file a claim for compensation is the next step you should take.
A lawyer will guide you through the civil lawsuit process and keep you informed at every step of the way.
Law firms that have handled dangerous drug lawsuits before will understand the importance of the attorney client relationship and will treat you with the respect you deserve.
Assessing Damages means collecting information and calculating any and all losses associated with your case, economic and non-economic.
In a Tylenol case, damages may include:
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