Indiana: Effexor Death at 6 Weeks
Christian Delahunty was never warned of the risks of Effexor for pregnancy and breastfeeding. After developing gestational diabetes, and being put on bed rest, she gave birth to Indiana prematurely on July 26 2008. Nobody told Christian that Effexor could cause sedation and has a very high milk / plasma ratio. Indiana had problems breathing and staying awake and eating, and was very jaundiced througout her life. She died when she was only six weeks old because of the adverse effects of Effexor. Despite FDA warnings for pregnant women Christian's doctor had her on 300 mg of Effexor XR throughout pregnancy and nursing.

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To see a video about baby Indiana go here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGX_34TmT4w
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