FDA Issues Warning For Testosterone Products

In the latest move for Testosterone products, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are now requiring that all manufacturers of approved prescription testosterone products add information of possible increased risk of heart attack and stroke to the prouduct labeling.

The FDA is also cautioning that prescription for testosterone products are only approved for men who have low levels of testosterone caused by certain medical conditions. This is because the FDA is becoming aware of testosterone products being used in patients for no reason other than aging and the benefits and safety for this type of use have not been established.

It is recommended that health care professionals should prescribe testosterone therapy for men with low levels caused by certain medical conditions and that are confirmed by laboratory tests. It is also recommended that health care professionals should make patients aware of the increased risk of heart attack or stroke.

The personal injury attorneys at Williams DeClark Tuschman are accepting testosterone cases. If you or someone you know has been affected by taking testosterone therapy, contact our Toledo office immediately at 419-241-7700. We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have and assist you in a course of legal action.

PLEASE NOTE: current patients of testosterone therapy should seek medical attention immediately if symptoms of a heart attack or stroke arise such as weakness in one part or one side of the body, chest pain, shortness of breath or trouble breathing, or slurred speech.

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