Axiron® FDA Warnings
Contact our Low-T Drug Attorney if You've Suffered the Serious Side
Effects of Axiron®
As is the case with most testosterone treatments, Axiron® has been
shown to cause serious side effects that can greatly harm individual consumers
and people who come into contact with the product. While the Food and
Drug Administration (FDA) has approved this topical prescription for treatment
of low testosterone, if you are experiencing any side effects, it is important
that you immediately contact
Morelli Law Firm.
In some situations, individuals may not have known about the risks involved
with using this drug, and you may be eligible to file a lawsuit against
your drug prescriber or the manufacturer of the product. Each case is
unique, so to determine your eligibility to file a lawsuit, schedule a
consultation with a trusted nationwide low-testosterone drug injury lawyer
from our firm now.
The FDA has warned that consumers and those who come into contact with
this drug through secondary exposure can experience the following:
- Increased risk for prostate cancer in men
- Negative side effects including premature puberty in children
- Sudden mood swings and aggression in men, women, and children
You should tell your doctor if you have a history of male breast cancer,
prostate cancer, high cholesterol, heart problems, diabetes, or any other
serious or chronic medical conditions. Woman and children are advised
to not to take Axiron and to avoid coming into contact with this product.
Are you experiencing side effects? Call 888-396-4930
In the event that you or a loved one is experiencing serious side effects
and complications related to a low-testosterone hormonal treatment, such
as Axiron, it is important that you contact your medical provider and
an attorney from our firm right away. When you choose to work with Morelli
Law Firm, we can thoroughly review your case and determine your eligibility
to file a civil suit, tort claim, or personal injury claim against the
manufacturer or medical professional who prescribed the drug.
Contact Morelli Law Firm
today to get started.