Hormone Therapy Injuries

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What Is Hormone Therapy?

Hormone therapy is a type of treatment intended to bring a person’s hormone levels to normal. They are usually applied in cases where the person has low testosterone levels or low estrogen levels. Low hormone readings are often associated with various other conditions and symptoms (such as loss of hair, low energy, etc.). Thus, hormone therapy may be applied for a wide range of conditions, some of which include infertility, cancer, or weight gain.

How Does Hormone Therapy Work?

Hormone therapy typically involves the administering of drugs that either:

These drugs may be delivered in a number of ways, such as through pills, injections, or topical application (through the skin). The therapy sessions can last a long time, sometimes over a period of several months.

What Are Some Hormone Therapy Injuries?

Hormone therapy is often linked with specific types of injuries and medical conditions. These can include:

Some injuries can be experienced as simple side-effects of the hormone therapy drugs. Other injuries can occur due to negligence or malpractice. For instance, if a certain type of drug is administered in too high of a dosage, it can result in several unwanted effects. Another example is where medical personnel failed to properly monitor hormone levels throughout the course of treatment.

These types of injuries may lead to a legal claim between the patient and medical personnel. A damages award may be necessary to help the patient recover costs associated by the injury. Medical malpractice claims often involve hormone therapy injuries.

Do I Need a Lawyer for Help with Hormone Therapy Injuries?

Hormone therapy is a major medical process and can sometimes lead to very serious types of injuries. You may wish to hire a lawyer if you need legal representation due to therapy-related injuries. A qualified attorney your area can provide you with sound legal advice for your case. Also, your lawyer can be on hand to represent you during trial if needed.

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Last Modified: 03-31-2014 09:52 PM PDT

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