Class Action Phenobarbitol

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Marilyn Says:


My daughter was given phenobarbital as a newborn to stop seizures. The side effects to her development were many. Are there others who experienced this? The manufacturer should be held accountable.



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Michele currie Says:
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My client was on that medication and I'm trying to see if there's a class action suit against this medication she was also on Dilantin and I found a lawsuit for this so I'm checking against phenobarbital as well

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