This case involves a defective drug. The plaintiff was a thirty-seven-year-old female who suffered from migraine headaches. Her doctor prescribed Topamax (topiramate) to decrease and prevent the headaches. One year after being prescribed Topamax, the plaintiff became pregnant with her first child. She continued to take the medication throughout her pregnancy. Nine months later, when the plaintiff gave birth, her child was born with a cleft palate and hypospadia. She did not take any other medication, nor did she consume alcohol or smoke during her pregnancy. Additionally, the plaintiff was not warned by her doctor, or the drug’s labeling, regarding any risks of taking Topamax when pregnant.