Using Tylenol® linked to ADHD and autism
Multiple case studies conducted on women who took Tylenol® while pregnant have found links between Tylenol® use and the development of attention-deficit/hyperactive disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in their children.
These studies show the effects of prenatal Tylenol® have been conducted over decades by multiple institutions.
There is substantial evidence that Tylenol® can affect a fetus's neurological development. Twenty-six of the 29 studies conducted found correlations between Tylenol® use and certain neurodevelopmental issues.
If you believe that you and your child have been affected, submit a claim today.
"People in general believe Tylenol is benign, and it can be used safely for headaches, fever, aches, and pains," says Xiaobin Wang, a professor in the Bloomberg School's Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health and the study's corresponding author. "Our study further supports the concerns raised by previous studies—that there is a link between Tylenol use during pregnancy and increased risk for autism or ADHD."
If you used Tylenol® during pregnancy and your child has ADHD or Autism you may qualify for compensation. Click Here to fill out the form to see if you qualify.
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