Low Testosterone Treatment

Low Testosterone Treatment Risks

Low Testosterone Treatment Lawsuit – Let Us Provide You With A Free Case Evaluation

The FDA is investigating the risk of stroke, heart attack—and even death—in men using FDA-approved prescription gels, creams, injections and patches for low testosterone therapy. Recent studies show that low testosterone treatment increases the risk of heart attack for older men and in younger men with a history of heart disease. The manufacturers of these products in recent years have pushed a direct-to-consumer marketing campaign, urging men with decreased libido to be treated for “Low T” or low testosterone.

If you or a loved one has suffered a heart attack or stroke while using low testosterone drugs or gels, we would like to speak with you. Our firm is reviewing potential product liability lawsuits for users of testosterone enhancing drugs and you may be eligible for compensation from the manufacturers of common low T treatments. For more information please call 337-291-HURT or complete the online contact form.

Common Low Testosterone Treatments

Testosterone therapy is often administered by using a gel, patch or injection. Below are some common testosterone products:

  • Androgel
  • Androderm
  • Axiron
  • Bio-T-Gel
  • Delatestryl
  • Dep-Testosterone
  • Fortesta
  • Striant
  • Testim
  • Testopel

Significant Health Risks For Men Who Use Low Testosterone Treatments

Men who are using a testosterone medication are subject to serious health risks and heart issues. Researchers are recommending that physicians use much more caution when they prescribe testosterone medication. Men who experience the heart-related issues below have a 30% increased risk of suffering a heart attack, stroke or dying:

  • Artery blockage
  • Diabetes
  • High cholesterol
  • Obesity
  • Plaque build-up
  • Previous heart attack

Filing A Low Testosterone Claim

Our attorneys at Domengeaux Wright Roy & Edwards, LLC, want to alert you of these recent studies and warnings. If you have had a serious medical condition like a stroke or a heart attack while on low testosterone therapy, or if a loved one or someone you knew died while taking any of these products, we can help determine eligibility for possible compensation from the drug manufacturers. We are keeping up-to-date on all the information coming from the FDA and current study results. All inquiries will be held in the strictest of confidence.

To review a potential case for you, a family member or friend, please call 337-291-HURT and ask to speak to one of our testosterone treatment lawyers or complete the online contact form. There is no cost to file a testosterone lawsuit with Domengeaux Wright Roy & Edwards, LLC, so contact us today for your free legal consultation.

Recent News About Testosterone

A Push to Sell Testosterone Gels Troubles Doctors, NY Times

Weighing Testosterone’s Benefits and Risks, NY Times – Well Blog

Testosterone Supplements Linked to Heart Attacks in New Study, CBS News

Testosterone Therapy Tied to Heart Risks, Wall Street Journal

Testosterone Treatments Linked to Heart Risks, USA Today

Pumping Up Low T and the Risk of Heart Attack, Huffington Post

Testosterone Medications in the News

FDA Evaluating Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack and Death with FDA-Approved Testosterone Products, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Testosterone Therapy and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Men, Journal of American Medical Association