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A recent study has linked Neocate formula to rickets, low phosphate levels, and unexplained bone fractures. You may be able to file a Neocate Formula Lawsuit if your child was diagnosed with hypophosphatemia,  unexplained bone fractures, or rickets, while taking one of these amino acid formula products.

Neocate Lawsuit Reviews

Our law firm is offering free, no-obligation Neocate lawsuit reviews to families whose children may have been harmed by these amino acid formula products. Please contact our firm today if your child was diagnosed with any of the following conditions while taking Neocate:

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  • Rickets

  • Hypophosphatemia

  • Unexplained bone fractures

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HOW DO I KNOW IF MY CHILD WAS AFFECTED

Symptoms of Hypophosphatemia

Hypophosphatemia is a condition marked by dangerously low levels of phosphate in the blood.  Phosphate is an essential mineral needed for cell function and bone growth.

Signs of low phosphorous include:

  • Irregular breathing
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Muscle weakness
  • Weight gain or loss

Symptoms of Rickets

Rickets is the softening and weakening of bones in children.

Symptoms of the condition include:

  • Delayed growth
  • Pain in the spine, pelvis and legs
  • Muscle weakness

Rickets can also cause skeletal deformities, including:

  • Bowed legs or knock knees
  • Thickened wrists and ankles
  • Breastbone projection

Vitamin D deficiency is the predominant cause of rickets. However, diseases that cause soft bones in infants, including hypophosphatemia, can also lead to rickets.

On an x-ray, rickets can resemble broken bones or breaks that have healed.

Recovery from rickets can take many months. Surgery may be needed in advanced cases to correct bone deformities. Other problems, such as chest or pelvic deformities and growth retardation, may be permanent.