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Nationwide Testosterone Lawyers For Heart Attack and Stroke Victims


Nationwide Testosterone Lawsuit Attorney Network


Get A  Testosterone Lawsuit  Lawyer  Handling Testosterone Heart Attack and  Stroke Lawsuits

If you or a loved one suffered from a heart attack or stroke while using AndroGel you may be entitled to damages. We provide free no-obligation Atlanta testosterone lawsuit case review. We do not charge attorney fees unless you receive compensation and you are under no obligation after your initial consultation.

Testosterone Therapy May Raise Heart Attack Risks

Researchers say risk of heart attack doubles after treatment starts for men under 65 with heart problems and all men over 65.

Nationwide  AndroGel  Lawsuit Attorneys
Testosterone Stroke and Heart Attack

AndroGel® (testosterone gel)  is a daily testosterone replacement therapy  that can help bring T levels back to normal with daily use.

FDA Is  Investigating Potential  Heart Attacks And  Strokes From Testosterone Products

On Jan. 31, 2014, the  FDA announced  it would be investigating the risk of heart attacks, strokes and possible  deaths in men using  testosterone products. The FDA made this announcement after reviewing the study conducted at the National Cancer Institute, as well as the study published in JAMA. The FDA recommended the health care practitioners should  consider the benefits of testosterone treatment and potential the  risks.

If you or a loved one has had a stroke or heart attack after using testosterone therapy call now and get connected to one of our experienced testerone lawyers

 

 

 

 

 

Mirena IUD Is It Safe? Mirena IUD Lawsuits, Mirena IUD Lawyers

The Mirena IUD has reported complications and lawsuits are being filed against the manufacturer.

What is it and what does it do?

An IUD (IUS, for the Brits) is a small, plastic, T-shaped device that your OB/GYN inserts into your uterus. The old-fashioned IUD’s (sans hormones) are famous for nasty side-effects, but the Mirena is often touted as getting around most of these due to the Levonorgestrel. This IUD works by preventing sperm from reaching the egg and fertilizing it. It also thins the lining of the uterus, which is what leads to reduced bleeding over time.

Why’s this better than other methods like The Pill which also contain this hormone?

Well, for starters, it contains far less of the Levonorgestrel hormone than you find in The Pill. And, it sends it directly to the uterus lining, as opposed to filling your circulatory system with it. Much safer, for obvious reasons. It’s also praised by some women for it’s effect on the menstrual cycle – it reduces bleeding, and, in some cases, eliminates menstruation altogether for the duration of its placement. Let’s see The Pill do that.

How long can it be in there for?

Up to 5 years – you can take it out sooner if you want to.

Who can use it?

It’s important to read the Mirena site carefully – they actually say this is intended for women who’ve already had a child. Pharmaceutical companies do not say things like that without a very good reason and that's definitely something to take note of. They also mention women who’ve had cancer should avoid Mirena because of the hormones. Other than that, it seems like anyone with a uterus can use it.

 

Mirena side effects have included:

    Ectopic Pregnancy
    Intrauterine Pregnancy (a pregnancy in the uterus with the IUD in place)
    Group A streptococcal sepsis
    Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
    Embedment of the device in the uterine wall
    Perforation of the uterine wall or cervix

Other common Mirena side effects include:

    Irregular Spotting or Bleeding
    Headaches
    Ovarian Cysts
    Vaginitis
    Painful Menstruation
    Pelvic Pain
    Breast Tenderness

Many women are experiencing complications and seeking legal advice. Call 1 877 522-2123