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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.

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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?
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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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