Here’s What You Need to Know If Your Husband Took Low-T Drugs
Is your husband one of the millions of men who was prescribed testosterone replacement therapy for the treatment of Low-T?
If so, you need to know about serious health effects associated with the drug.
FDA Warns of Testosterone Heart Attack Risk
Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) posted a warning that the testosterone drugs commonly prescribed for Low-T have been linked to an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and other serious side-effects. The agency also stated that the risks of the medications outweigh the benefits for men with age related Low-T.
If your husband currently using AndroGel, Fortesta, or another medication, urge him to make an appointment with his doctor to discuss the testosterone heart attack risks. However, he should not stop taking the medicine unless instructed to do so by his doctor. Suddenly stopping testosterone therapy may have dangerous effects.
Serious Side-Effects of Testosterone Medications
- Heart attack
- Transient ischemic attacks
- Pulmonary embolism
- Coronary artery disease
Did Your Husband Suffer a Stroke or Heart Attack While Taking Low-T Drugs?
If your husband suffered a heart attack or stroke, you may be wondering if his medical condition is related to Low-T drugs. You may also feel angry at the drug companies. You want accountability.
The Drug Safety Lawyers are investigating testosterone-related heart attacks and strokes. You and your spouse may be eligible for monetary compensation. Please call us at (888)808-1340 to schedule a free case evaluation. There is no risk and no obligation. We won’t charge you until we make the drug companies pay.
Widows Have Rights, Too.
If your spouse died of a testosterone-related heart attack or stroke, you may be able to sue the drug makers on his behalf. Call us at (888)808-1340 for more information.