The administration of drugs to prevent labor during pregnancy may indicate an underlying problem with gestation or labor that is worthy of investigation. Magnesium sulfate or Trebutaline (Brethline) may have been prescribed in an attempt to arrest premature labor. The need for drugs to stop premature labor raises questions that demand and deserve answers. These drugs can also cause maternal and fetal problems.
If you have lingering questions regarding drugs that you were given to prevent or stop premature labor, Patton Law Practice, in Phoenix, Arizona, welcomes your inquiry. Contact us to discuss the facts of your case, and your legal options if you or your baby suffered harm.
Was there an infection that led your doctor to prescribe drugs to arrest labor? Was there something wrong with the fetus? Did excessive amounts of labor-delaying drugs cause injury to mother or child? Did you, the mother, suffer from excessive vomiting or seizures after taking magnesium sulfate?
If the mother of your baby tragically lost her life as a result of the effects of drugs prescribed to arrest labor, we offer the benefits of our experience bringing effective wrongful death claims and lawsuits. Contact Patton Law Practice to schedule a free initial consultation.
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