Cytotec Should Never be Used to Induce Labor; Lawsuit Information
Weitz and Luxenberg is no longer accepting Cytotec cases.
Cytotec is approved solely for the treatment of ulcers. Yet many
obstetricians risk their patients' lives by prescribing Cytotec for the
off-label use of inducing labor.
This use has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. According to the FDA, there can be serious side effects, including a torn uterus (womb), when misoprostol is used for labor and delivery. A torn uterus may result in severe bleeding, having the uterus removed (hysterectomy), and death of the mother or baby. These side effects are more likely in women who have had previous uterine surgery, a previous Cesarean delivery (C-section), or several previous births.
If your doctor gave you Cytotec to induce labor, filing a Cytotex Lawsuit will hold them responsible for your suffering.
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