Testosterone treatments like Testopel may increase the chances that a man will experience a heart attack, stroke or blood clot, including a dangerous pulmonary embolism or deep vein thrombosis. Thousands of men have taken the manufacturers of low-T therapies to court to obtain compensation for these dangerous cardiovascular complications.
Individuals eligible to file a Testopel lawsuit include men who suffered a life-threatening cardiovascular event while using this low-T treatment, as well as the surviving family members of men who died due to heart complications while using the drug. To determine if you might qualify to file such a claim, please contact the nationwide law firm of Bernstein Liebhard LLP at (888) 994-5118.
Testopel is a subcutaneous testosterone replacement pellet marketed by Auxilium Pharmaceuticals. The pellets are designed to be placed under the skin, where they can remain for up to six months. Testopel is approved to treat adult men who suffer from hypogonadism (low testosterone) due to some underlying medical condition. It is not known if Testopel is safe or effective to treat men who have low testosterone due to aging.
Testosterone treatments like Testopel have become the subject of controversy in recent years, as concerns have grown over their potential cardiovascular side effects. The methods used to market low-T therapy have also come under scrutiny, with critics charging that the drugs were wrongly promoted as safe and effective remedies for low libido, weight gain, fatigue and other issues associated with age-related hypogonadism. Read More
If you or a man you care about suffered a heart attack, stroke or dangerous blood clot while using Testopel, now is the time to ensure your legal rights are protected. To learn more about filing a Testopel lawsuit, please call (888) 994-5118.
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