The testosterone replacement drug that was supposed to improve your quality of life has instead caused you to suffer serious side effects. You were not warned of these side effects. Because you didn’t know all of the risks, you were prevented from making an informed decision about whether to take the medication.
While you can’t go back and make a different decision, you can protect your recovery if you’ve been hurt.
Three Steps You Can Take Now
If you have suffered a heart attack or stroke or your loved one has died because of a low testosterone drug such as Androgel, Androderm, Axiron, Bio-T-Gel, Delatestryl, Depo-Tesosterone, Fortesta, Striant, Testim, or Testopel, then you may be able to protect your recovery by:
- Talking to your doctor. Your doctor may be able to tell you if your medical condition occurred because of the medication you were taking. Additionally, your doctor can make sure that your medical records reflect your injuries and are available should you decide to pursue a legal recovery.
- Talking to an attorney. An attorney can explain how a lawsuit works, the benefits and costs of litigation, and whether you have a claim that is likely to result in a recovery.
- Learning more about rights. You can learn more about your rights on your own by reading our free report, Testosterone Replacement Therapy: What You Need to Know.
You were denied all of the facts that you needed to make an educated decision about taking a low-T drug, but you should not be denied any of the facts about how to make a fair recovery. Instead, you deserve to know more about your rights so that you can make the informed decision that is right for you.