Albertson & Davidson, LLP is now accepting California low testosterone and Low T cases involving men who have suffered heart attack, stroke, deep vein thrombosis (DVT or blood clotting), or pulmonary embolism while taking prescription testosterone products.
If you, or a family member, have been harmed while taking prescription testosterone products, click the link below and answer five simple questions. Then give us your name and phone number and we will contact you to discuss your case.
These prescription testosterone products include low testosterone supplants AndroGel®, Androderm®, Axiron®, Bio-T-Gel, Delatestryl, Depo Testosterone, Fortesta®, Striant, Testim®, and Testopel®.
The journal PLOS ONE published a recent study that showed testosterone therapy in men over 65 doubled their risk of heart attack and tripled the risk of cardio events for men under 65 with pre-existing heart disease. Another recent study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), raised similar concerns. Injuries can occur within 90 days of exposure via topical gel, transdermal patch, and/or buccal system (gum).
Medical prescriptions for low testosterone (or Low T) therapy have more than doubled since 2006. In 2011, 5.3 million testosterone prescriptions were written in the United States. Estimates show 13.8 million American men now experience the effects of lowered testosterone levels.
The FDA has taken note of these safety studies and the growing number of users. The FDA decided to reassess the safety issue of testosterone supplementation based in part upon the PLOS and JAMA publications. The FDA announced on January 31, 2014 that it is evaluating the risk of stroke, heart attack and death from testosterone products.
Men across the United States are being urged by aggressive marketing to seek treatment for not only symptoms of Low T but also low energy, sagging muscles, decreased libido, mood changes, and emotional injuries to name a few. These products are used by nearly 4 percent of men in their 60s, but only about half those men even had their testosterone levels checked before beginning therapy. Meanwhile, the FDA has approved testosterone products only for men with low testosterone levels who also have an associated medical condition.
A national leader with a track record of success against Big Pharma, Albertson & Davidson, LLP is accepting California law testosterone and Low T cases involving men who have been harmed by taking prescription testosterone products.