Zyprexa Health Risks

Zyprexa Health Risks

Even though Zyprexa is legal in the United States to consume and prescribe, it poses potentially significant Zyprexa health risks. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates the quality and safety of all drugs in the United States to ensure that the American public receives products that inflict the minimum Zyprexa health risks while providing the greatest benefit. Unfortunately, the FDA has faced increased criticism recently regarding the lack of objectivity while it investigates drugs. Allegations claim pharmaceutical companies pressure the FDA to ignore negative reports in order to rush potentially unsafe drugs into the market.

Zyprexa has become one of the most prescribed antipsychotic drugs in the United States, with annual sales totaling over 4.3 billion dollars in 2004 alone. Despite continued consequences and dangerous Zyprexa health risks, doctors continue to prescribe Zyprexa to combat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Pending studies will provide greater insight into other potential dangers of Zyprexa.

Zyprexa and Pregnancy

Although there have been no long term studies of effects of Zyprexa on pregnant or nursing women, many similar types of drugs have caused negative effects on fetuses. It is therefore recommended that women who are nursing, pregnant, or may become pregnant should not take Zyprexa.

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