Dr. John La Puma Warns Against Asking Your Doctor About 'Low T'

In the New York Times Op-Ed "Don't Ask Your Doctor About 'Low T," Dr. John La Puma addresses the over-prescription of testosterone supplements that has occurred during the last decade. Clinical testosterone deficiency is a legitimate disorder that requires supplementation of testosterone; however, the condition is not nearly as common as the drug ads would have you believe, according to Dr. La Puma.

The number of testosterone prescriptions given to American men increased three fold since 2001. Furthermore, approximately one fourth of these prescriptions were dispensed without a blood test, which is necessary to determine whether or not a patient truly needs testosterone therapy. As a result of this widespread usage of testosterone, researchers are beginning to find more and more evidence of potentially fatal health risks not mentioned by the drug companies.

If you or a loved one has suffered a heart attack, stroke, or blood clot following testosterone usage, contact Morelli Law Firm immediately.

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