Low testosterone levels can cause significant health problems for aging men. All men experience a testosterone decline as they age. …
For many men, aging brings lower testosterone levels. And in recent years, testosterone replacement therapies became an alluring fountain of …
Lawsuits are currently being evaluated on behalf of men undergoing treatment for low testosterone who’ve suffered a heart attack, pulmonary embolism, stroke, deep vein thrombosis or other cardiac event due to their therapy.
Testosterone levels fluctuate throughout a man’s life. In fact, as men grow older, average testosterone levels gradually decline. And many …
According to an article by Forbes, more than 1,300 men have filed Low T lawsuits since April 2014, all of which were presented in the Northern District of Illinois. While trials won’t begin until fall 2016, it illustrates how pervasive these testosterone therapy lawsuits are – and the marketing problem that accompanies them.
Low testosterone, often referred to as “Low T,” is a condition often combated using a gel-based therapy called AndroGel. Due to resulting cardiovascular problems, manufacturers have seen increasing Low T lawsuits.
Men around the country have filed low testosterone lawsuits against manufacturers of treatments for this condition after suffering heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular events.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a statement Thursday, January 19, 2014, telling low testosterone treatment manufacturers that a warning needs to be added to the drug label regarding users’ increased risk of blood clots in veins.
Men around the country have been filing low testosterone lawsuits against drug manufacturers after suffering strokes, heart attacks and other cardiovascular events as a result of taking these medications.
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.