Representing Alabamans Filing Testim Claims
Testim and other low testosterone gels play an integral role in testosterone therapy. However, the risks they pose to patients and their loved ones may outweigh the benefits they provide to men diagnosed with hypogonadism.
If you use Testim to treat sexual dysfunction, depression, fatigue or other symptoms, you may be exposing yourself and others to a defective drug that can cause life-changing medical conditions. At Henry C. Dailey, Jr., P.C., our lead attorney has the skills and financial resources to represent Alabamans filing defective drug claims against negligent manufacturers.
Contact lawyer Henry Dailey today to schedule your no-pressure, free claim review.
What You Should Know About Testim
Testim has received FDA approval for topical use, but this gel is far from safe. Patients who use this drug face an increased heart attack, stroke and death risk when compared with individuals who did not use this product.
This drug can be transferred to women and children, raising their testosterone levels. Women who are exposed to the gel may develop acne, male-pattern baldness and other symptoms associated with elevated hormone levels. Bones and sex organs in young children may prematurely develop, creating a host of problems.
Although these symptoms may disappear after the source of the testosterone is removed, there are situations in which the changes were irreversible.
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