Research links anti-seizure drug to birth defects

07/22/2008 | Bloomberg

The rate of children born with cleft palates or cleft lips was 11 times higher among female patients taking an anti-seizure drug, according to a study of 203 pregnancies. For boys, a genital defect was 14 times higher than normal. The U.K. researchers said the findings are similar to those from studies of other epilepsy treatments, but a larger study is necessary to get more conclusive results.

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