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The Low T Drugs You Need to Know About
We’re tired of seeing all those commercials during sporting events that tell us we’re suffering from Low T. We’re also tired of the commercials’ implications that a simple booster shot will solve all our problems.
Here’s why:there is a highly researched link between Low T drugs and an increased risk for a number of serious health implications, many of which may be life threatening.
An increase in libido and energy is great — but not when it puts our lives at risk. After all, all of those supposed benefits of Low T prescriptions mean nothing when we’re strapped to a hospital gurney!
Know the Risks
Men may be at particular risk of dangerous health complications from Low T prescription drugs. If you or someone you know suffered from a serious health event after taking any type of Low T prescription drug, call our Low T attorneys at Baron & Budd to learn how a Low T lawsuit can help you. Our number is 866-520-2755. You may also contact us online.
Low T Patches Like AndroDerm
Low T Gels Like AndroGel, Axiron, Bio-T-Gel, Fortesta, Testim
Injections Like Delatestryl and Depo-Testosterone
Solution Placed on Gums Like Striant
Pellets Like Testopel
Unfortunately, many men who trusted their Low T prescriptions to get them back on their feet were met with the opposite — suffering from side effects and risks that they may not have even known were possible.
Side effects like blood clots (think Pulmonary Emboli and Deep Vein Thrombosis) may occur and may be fatal.
We know the last thing you want to hear when you think you’ve finally found the answer to all your troubles is a bunch of disclaimers and warnings.
But guess what? Had you heard those disclaimers and warnings before you started taking that prescription Low T supplement, you might have thought twice about potentially putting yourself in harms’ way.
Why File a Low T Lawsuit
If you or someone you know took Low T and suffered one of the potentially associated consequences, you may be able to file a pharmaceutical lawsuit to hold the makers of the drug that hurt you accountable. A lawsuit could help you both receive financial compensation for your injuries and hold the manufacturers responsible for the suffering they have caused.