Testosterone Therapy Lawsuit | Testosterone Therapy Increases Risk of Stroke, Blood Clots, Heart Attack and Death Up to 30%

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Testosterone therapy / supplementation has been linked to a dramatic increase of up to 30% in risk of strokepulmonary embolismblood clotsheart attack and death in a new study published in the Journal of American Medicine. Our firm is representing men with low testosterone who have been injured or have died from strokepulmonary embolismblood clot, or heart attack caused by testosterone therapy.

Testosterone medications, like AndroGel, Androderm, Axiron, Depotestosterone, Fortesta, and Testim, increase the percentage of red blood cells in your blood. This increase in red blood cells can cause blood clots to form. These blood clots can occur in the legs (deep vein thrombosis or DVT). From there portions of blood clots can break off traveling to the brain causing a stroke, to the lungs causing a pulmonary embolism, or to the heart causing a heart attack. Blood clots can also develop in the brain, lungs or heart.

Testosterone Therapy is often administered as a gel, patch or injection and may include a number of products such as AndrogelAndrodermAxiromBio-T-Gel, DelatestrylDep-TestosteroneFortestaStriantTestim and Testopel.

Men undergoing treatment for low testosterone who also had the following heart-related problems have an increased risk of suffering a heart attack, stroke or dying while taking testosterone treatments including High cholesterol, Plaque buildup, Diabetes ,Artery blockage, Obesity, and Previous heart attack.

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