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AndroGel & Testosterone Therapy Attorneys

AndroGel & Testosterone Therapy Attorneys

AndroGel (testosterone gel) is a topical medication prescribed to treat low testosterone (low T). Approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2001,1 AndroGel and other testosterone replacement therapies (TRTs) have been linked to an elevated risk of certain life-threatening complications, including heart attack, stroke, and death.

Those who have been seriously injured after using AndroGel (or another TRT) may be entitled to compensation for their injuries, suffering, and losses.

The attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm are ready to review your potential AndroGel to determine if you have a strong AndroGel claim and advise you on your options for possible financial recovery. Dedicated, diligent, and experienced, our lawyers can provide you with the advocacy and representation necessary to protect your rights, build you a strong claim and bring it to the best possible outcome.

Although we are aware that compensation can never reverse the permanent injuries or losses caused by AndroGel, we also know that financial recoveries can provide the means to get treatment, heal, and rebuild lives.

AndroGel and other TRTs have been linked to heart attack and stroke. Men injured by these drugs may have legal options for seeking the compensation they need to heal.

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Background on AndroGel & TRTs

Made by AbbVie Inc., AndroGel is applied on the skin to treat low T, which can cause depression, erectile dysfunction and fatigue. AndroGel is just one type of testosterone replacement therapy available. Others include:

  • Other topical gels, such as Testim (made by Endo Pharmaceuticals)
  • Skin patches, like Androderm (made by Allergan)
  • Mouth patches, such as Striant (made by Endo Pharmaceuticals)
  • Injections , such as Aveed (made by Endo Pharmaceuticals)
  • Implants, like Testopel (made by Endo Pharmaceuticals)
  • Tablets, including Striant CIII (made by Endo Pharmaceuticals) – Please note that some experts believe that testosterone pills can negatively impact the liver.

Common side effects associated with AndroGel (and other TRTs) include (but may not be limited to):

  • Acne
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Sleeping problems
  • Nausea and/or vomiting.

It is important to point out that men using AndroGel (or other topical TRT gels) may not be the only ones subjected to potential side effects. Women or children who come into contact with AndroGel (or other topical TRT gels) via men who have it on their skin can experience virilization, a condition involving the development of male characteristics (such as body and facial hair, deepening of the voice and male-pattern baldness).

Serious Injuries Linked to AndroGel & TRTs
FDA Warning about AndroGel & Other TRTs
AndroGel Lawsuits & Compensation
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