Low Testosterone in Women Lawsuits
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What Is Low Testosterone in Women?
Most people associate low testosterone conditions with male symptoms. However, women also require a certain amount of testosterone in order to maintain normal body functions. Various treatments have arisen that help address the balance of hormones in women’s bodies. Most of these are legitimate, scientifically-based medical treatments that are administered through hospitals and clinics. However, even these can lead to side effects and unwanted consequences.
What Are Some Issues with Low Testosterone Treatments for Women?
Side effects of testosterone treatments generally have to do with the effects of excess testosterone. Some of these effects can include:
- Male pattern baldness
- Male pattern hair growth (i.e., facial hair)
- Changes in menstrual cycles
- Changes in lipid profiles
- Increased risk of heart disease
Also, some companies have begun capitalizing on this information and have marketed various treatments, therapies, and drugs that are intended to balance women’s testosterone and estrogen. This has led to the presence of many unsafe and untested products and dangerous drugs revolving around the idea of raising testosterone levels.
Are There Legal Issues Associated with Low Testosterone Treatments for Women?
Medical and personal injury lawsuits have increased in the area of testosterone-related treatments. Some common legal issues include:
- Products liability issues (due to dangerous products or insufficient warnings)
- Medical malpractice and misdiagnosis
- Product recalls
- Injuries resulting from treatments or surgeries involving negligence
Do I Need a Lawyer for Help with Testosterone Product Lawsuits?
Low testosterone can be an actual medical condition that requires attention. However, the phrase has also become a sort of catch phrase or marketing term. You may wish to hire a lawyer if you have suffered any losses or injuries due to testosterone treatments or products.
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Last Modified: 03-25-2014 04:17 PM PDT
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