Depakene is a drug that 5 times increases the risk of...

Children whose mothers took Depakene during pregnancy face a five times higher risk of developing developmental disorders from an early age, which is much higher than that recorded with other antiepileptic drugs, according to a recent French study.
The risks posed by drugs based on “sodium valproate”, including “Depakene”, have been known for several years. Scientists have a relatively clear idea of ​​the risks of developing physical deformities, but this is not the case with developmental disorders, such as autism, delay in walking and speech problems, that may result from taking these drugs.
A team of researchers, from the National Health Insurance Fund and the Medicines Authority in particular, according to the “French”, analyzed medical data for more than 1.7 million children born in France between 2011 and 2014, and they are the largest group subject to a study in this regard. Suffer these disorders.
Of the 991 infants whose mothers consumed “sodium valproate” during pregnancy, 50 children were diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders, accounting for 5 per cent of the total, according to this study published in the journal “Scientific Reports”.
This percentage does not exceed 0.89% in children who were not exposed to an antiepileptic drug inside the womb.

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