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10 Mar 2014

Can Depo-Testosterone cause a heart attack or stroke?

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Recent medical studies have shown that testosterone replacement therapy, such as Depo-Testosterone, may increase a person’s risk for a heart attack and stroke. These conditions also put a man at an increased risk of death. Additional studies are currently being performed and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently announced that it would begin investigating prescription testosterone treatment for an increased risk in heart attack and stroke.

Heart Attack or Stroke From Depo-TestosteroneDepo-Testosterone is a testosterone supplement that can either be applied through injection or by a topical solution.  The topical solution has a reservoir of testosterone, which sticks to the skin and delivers the drug through the skin.  It has been promoted as a safe and effective way to help men who suffer from below normal testosterone levels. However, the recent scientific studies show multiple possible health risks, including:

• Myocardial Infarction (Heart Attack)
• Cardiac Arrest
• Hemorrhagic Stroke
• Ischemic Stroke
• Stroke
• Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
• Pulmonary Embolism (PE)
• Death

Our award winning testosterone lawyers are currently investigating such cases and are devoted to helping those who have suffered a heart attack or stroke as a result of using Depo-Testosterone. We have significant experience in representing patients against the big pharmaceutical companies and will be able to help you seek justice and win the maximum settlement you deserve. Call our top rated law firm office today at (866) 280-4722 for your Free, No Obligation Case Review!

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