Testosterone Treatment FAQ
What are the side effects or risks of testosterone therapy?
Testosterone therapy can have several side effects, including:
Increased Red Blood Cell Count
More red blood cells can cause blood thickening, which can make blood clotting and strokes more likely.
Sleep apnea occurs when breathing is disrupted during sleep. When untreated, it can cause cardiovascular issues such as hypertension or heart failure.
Men may experience breast growth while taking testosterone-boosting drugs.
These are just a few of the risks associated with Low T treatments. Speak with your doctor before starting or stopping testosterone-boosting drugs or supplements.
- Increased Red Blood Cell Count
What is low testosterone therapy?
Testosterone is a hormone that stimulates and maintains sexual function in males. When testing reveals that it is below normal levels in a man’s body, he can use a variety of products—in the form of gels or creams, pills, or injections—to boost his testosterone levels and increase sex drive, energy, and motivation.
What are the most common testosterone therapy drugs?
Two of the most common testosterone boosting drugs are AndroGel and Axiron, which are both prescription drugs applied on the skin. There are also a variety of over-the-counter supplements not evaluated by the FDA.
What should I do if I think I’ve had a heart attack or stroke from taking testosterone therapy?
If you think your heart attack or stroke may have been caused by low testosterone drugs, you should discuss the possibility with your doctor as soon as possible.
After getting the treatment you need, contact a drug injury lawyer at Ferrer, Poirot & Wansbrough. We have more than 30 years of experience helping drug injury victims, and we’re here to help you get compensation for your pain and suffering, lost wages, and medical bills. Dial (800) 210-8503 or complete a free online form to get the experienced representation you deserve, today.
How much time do I have to file a testosterone therapy lawsuit?
The statute of limitations—or time limit you have to file a drug injury lawsuit—can vary based on a variety of factors, including where you live and the date you discovered your injury. At Ferrer, Poirot & Wansbrough, we handle cases across the country every day, and we can provide you with the information you need to protect your right to file a lawsuit. Contact us today.