Nurse forced to retire at 30 after being given medication which caused birth defects in BOTH her children

Nurse forced to retire at 30 after being given medication which caused birth defects in BOTH her children
 

A nurse says she has been forced to retire at just 30-years-old after medication she was prescribed caused birth defects in both her children.
Antonia Louise Rimmer was prescribed a drug called Epilim to treat her epilepsy and has been taking it since she was 13.
The mum-of-two, from Southport, continued to take the drug during both of her pregnancies and claims doctors never told it could pose a risk to her babies.
Antonia now has two children, eight-year-old Kaitlyn and Annie, 2, who both suffer from Fetal Valporate Syndrome.
Kaitlyn has a mild form of the condition and needs to wear... read more

 
28 September 2017 in Lifestyle, Views: 43
Source: Daily Record
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