South Carolina Testosterone Therapy Claims | Testosterone Lawsuits

South Carolina Testosterone Therapy Claims


Testosterone Drug Injury LawyerWARNING: Recent studies have shown that men taking testosterone replacement drugs may be at increased risk of heart attack, stroke, sudden death, and other adverse cardiac events. After the findings of these important studies were released, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that they would investigate these findings and reassess the side effects of testosterone therapy drugs.

Low-T Drugs Currently on the Market

  • AndroGel® – a prescribed topical testosterone replacement therapy manufactured and marketed by Abbott Laboratories and AbbVie Inc.
  • Androderm® Patch – a prescribed testosterone replacement therapy patch by Actavis Pharma, Inc.
  • Axiron® – a prescribed underarm testosterone replacement therapy by Eli Lilly and Company.
  • Bio-T-Gel®– a presecribed testosterone replacement gel applied to the body produced by BioSante Pharmaceuticals Inc., and marketed by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.
  • Delatestryl® Injections – is a testosterone therapy given by injection produced by Endo Pharmaceuticals
  • Depo®-Testosterone – is a testosterone injection therapy manufactured by Pfizer Inc.
  • Fortesta® – a prescribed testosterone replacement gel applied to the front and inner thighs by Endo Pharmaceutical Inc.
  • Striant® – a prescribed testosterone buccal system placed on the lining of the cheek and gum by Auxilium Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • Testim® – a prescribed testosterone replacement gel by Auxilium Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • Testopel® – a prescribed testosterone replacement pellet by Auxilium Pharmaceuticals Inc.


Did You Need A Testosterone Injury Lawyer?

Our dangerous drug attorneys are currently investigating potential lawsuits for those who have suffered from heart attacks, strokes, or any other serious medical conditions after using a testosterone replacement drug. If you’ve suffered from one of these undisclosed side effects after taking a low-t drugs, contact us for a free consultation 877-544-5323.

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