To answer the original question, I have 2 live children whom I took large quanities of zofran when pregnant. My oldest is going to be 5 in Feb. She is exceptionally bright, she is not developmentally delayed at all, in fact, she has always been much ahead of where she was "supposed to be". She does have mild sensory issues, but, that IS hereditary and I, along with my brother and father also have mild issues as well.
My youngest is 21 months. She does appear to have some speech delays. However, she was premature, and has an older sister who doesnt shut up, so she has no real reason to talk most of the time
. This has been discussed with her Pedi on many occasions, and if she still isnt talking well on her 2nd bday, we will have another hearing test done, and have her evualted by birth to 3. She is however, smart as a whip and understands everything to you say to her. She shows no signs of autism.
I truly understand your desire to figure out if there is a link to zofran causing this, howerver, in my honest opinion, having been one of the oldest members of this site, who is on here nearly daily, I would venture to say there doesnt appear to be a direct link. There are some women who have autisitic children, but, not all are biological, not all took zofran, etc etc etc. Also, motherisk has been studying zofran and other medications in pregnancy, and they have not to my knowlegde found a link.
Im so sorry you are dealing with this.