Throughout the country men are filing lawsuits against manufacturers of low testosterone medications after suffering heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular issues while taking the treatment.
Many men around the country have filed low testosterone lawsuits against manufacturers who develop treatment options for this condition, which can lead to serious cardiovascular risks including heart attack and stroke.
Low testosterone is a common issue among men, especially those who are older, but many therapies to treat this condition can have devastating side effects.
Men across the U.S. are filing lawsuits against the manufacturers of low testosterone treatments after suffering heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular events.
Many low testosterone drug manufacturers continue to face lawsuits from men who say the companies failed to provide sufficient warnings of the dangerous and potentially life-threatening side effects of the treatments, which include AndroGel, Fortesta, Axiron, Testim and Striant.
Lawsuits against manufacturers of low testosterone treatments continue to be filed around the U.S. by men who suffered heart attacks and other life-threatening cardiac events allegedly because of these medications.
Throughout the U.S., millions of men are taking low testosterone therapy drugs to improve their libido and muscle mass as well as boost their energy levels, according to Pam Zekman of CBS Chicago.
After Stephan Nichols, 59, suffered a heart attack while taking the popular low testosterone treatment drug AndroGel, he decided to sue the manufacturers of the medication, according to a Denver CBS News affiliate KCNC.