What is Zofran?
Zofran (ondansetron) is a FDA-approved drug chemotherapy that has been used “off-label” for morning sickness in pregnancy. It was created by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and has been on the market since 1991. Recent studies have shown a link to hundreds of reports of birth defects. Studies have also found an increased risk of birth defects, a doubled risk of certain heart defects, and even higher rates of cleft palate.
What are the complications arising from Zofran use during Pregnancy?
Zofran is not approved for pregnant women. Zofran has also been linked to deadly side effects for pregnant women. According to several studies published in the last decade, Zofran passes from mother to fetus through the placenta very rapidly and in “significant amounts.” Furthermore, it remains active in the fetus much longer than in the mother. Babies can develop cleft defects and/or congenital heart defects.
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