(Baby bottle tooth decay): Early childhood caries, also known as baby bottle caries, baby bottle tooth decay, and bottle rot
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My son is a HG survivor , Zophran pills weren't enough I was put on a zophran pump at 180 MLG and 4 MLG tablets each day wearing two needles throughout my whole pregnancy. My sons teeth grew in without enamel when he was still on formula.... He is now two and his teeth went from grey to brown, I visited a physician about it today. They are not rotten , just discolored and now have deteriorated almost into his gum . She claims lack of calcium could of caused it or malnutrition, personally I feel the Zophran was the cause and now his top teeth will have to be cut out, bottom teeth are perfect. Wouldn't lack of calcium cause the bottom to be the same way and why wouldn't the doctors have given me calcium if that was the case. If anyone out there is having this problem , I would like to team up with you to prove that Zophran is the cause of tooth decay. Zophran bad drug? Yes , there for Anyone that used it should be entitled to compensation whether its a birth defect or not. Its a bad drug! Who agrees? Let's get our babies the justice they truly deserve.
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