Yutopar Drug Reaction

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LuAnn Says:


I took this drug in 1987 from the time I was twenty weeks pregnant until I delivered emergency C-section December 1987, eight weeks early. My son's umbilical cord was only 5 inches long and he weighed 4lb 14oz. Since he was almost two years old, he has had all kinds of immune disorders. He had ITP when he was two and he has had MRSA, staph infections, chronic allergies, depression and right now at the age of 25 he is having diagnosis to figure out if he has ulcers or whatever. I even pay a lot of money for him to take a immune support supplement. It has been very frustrating over the years.



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Liss Says:
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I too took this drug at 20 wks and deliver via c-section in Nov. 1988. My son was born with his umbilical cord wrapped around his neck. His Apgar score was very low. We have experienced just about all the side effects everyone on this forum has reported. It's good to know that we are not alone. I wish we could make a legal move. Our kids deserved so much more out of life.

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mig Says:
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Please check out the Yutopar aka Ritodrine post for recent replies.

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Kevin Says:

Hello LuAnn,

I'm sorry to hear about the constant struggles you and your son have had to endure. I've heard so many horror stories about women who took ritodrine trying to prevent the premature births only to find out that not only did it not work effectively but it put the mothers and the babies at a high risk. Fortunately the FDA removed it off of the market.

I wish the best for you and your son.

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