Testosterone (Low-t) Gels
Did you or somebody you love have a heart attack, stroke, develop blood clots or die while using a testosterone gel? Brown & Crouppen is investigating cases of men who have suffered health problems while using a testosterone gel.
Low-t gels have increased in popularity after the pharmaceutical industry has aggressively marketed the gels to older men. The ads suggest that low testosterone, or “low-t”, is why older men are tired, less athletic or have a lower sex drive. A New York Times articlei recently reported that many doctors feel that low testosterone “is in large part an invented condition.”
Now the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating testosterone productsii after two studies indicate that testosterone products cause a significant increase in health risks. The studies suggest that men face an increased risk of cardiac events, including heart attack, stroke and death. In response, the FDA issued an alert while it continues its investigation. Despite the alert, the FDA has stressed that patients should not stop taking prescribed testosterone products without first speaking with their doctor.
Testosterone gels are sold under the following brand names:
If you or somebody you care about had a heart attack, stroke, blood clot or died while using a lot-t gel, contact Brown and Crouppen today for a free and confidential case evaluation. We can help you make informed decisions about your legal rights, so please call us at Toll-Free: 877-448-5415 for your free legal consultation or save time with our online Contact Form.