Creating a market to sell products in Connecticut and the nation is a longtime problem in the drug inductry. The newest market is the testesterone drug market. I am sure you have heard of "low-T" which is the tag line for a multi-million dollar industry. But are testosterone products safe? What about heart attack, stroke, or other cardiac events?
Now, an FDA advisory panner votes 20-1 that testosterone drugs need further study.
The problem is that testerstone products increase the risk of heart attack or stroke, and for some people the increase risk is high. Next, the normal ageing process will cause low levels of testosterone, and that is NORMAL, and not necessarliy a medical issue. So, for many people who are taking testosterone products, there is simply no need to do so. They are increasing their risk of stroke or heart attack with no medical benefit.
If you or anyone you know has suffered a heart attack or a stroke after taking a testesterone product, and have questions you can contact The Bartinik Law Firm, P.C. at 860-445-8521 or meet us at our office at 100 Fort Hill Road, Groton, Connecticut.
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