Tylenol® used during pregnancy linked to ADHD & Autism
If you used Tylenol® during pregnancy and your child has ADHD or Autism you may qualify for compensation. Please fill out the form below to see if you qualify.
About the claim
prenatal use of tylenol® linked to ADHD and autism
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 affects of prenatal Tylenol® dates back decades. If you believe that yourself or your child has been affected, submit a claim today.
Have you taken Tylenol® while pregnant in the last 30 years?
Has your child been diagnosed with ADHD or Austism?
The drug acetaminophen/paracetamol (also known as Tylenol®) has been commonly considered safe to use during pregnancy as mild pain-relieving drugs and cold medication.
Observational studies of over 220,000 mother-child pairings found links between attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), among other neurodevelopment issues.
These studies date back decades and show that Tylenol® usage while pregnant has affected countless individuals.
According to the CDC, over 6 million children have been diagnosed with ADHD. Some of these cases may be linked to prenatal Tylenol® use.
There is substantial evidence that paracetamol/acetaminophen use (commonly known as Tylenol®) can have an effect on the neurological development of a fetus. Twenty-six of the 29 studies conducted found correlations between Tylenol® use and certain neurodevelopmental issues.
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