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What Are Unsafe Drugs?

Thousands of Americans are seriously injured and die every year from adverse reactions and side effects associated with prescription medications. Drug manufacturers have a responsibility to market drugs and medications that are safe for use by consumers. The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) is the agency responsible for approving prescription drugs before they are sold to the public. However, even FDA approved drugs may still cause harmful side effects not yet recognized during the approval process. 

Drugs That May Be Considered Unsafe

The following is a list of prescription drugs that may be considered unsafe:

  • Accutane
  • Actos
  • Albuterol
  • Arava
  • Ativan
  • Avandia
  • Baycol
  • Benzodiazepine
  • Bextra
  • Celebrex
  • Clorazil
  • Cytotec/Misoprostol
  • Duract
  • Enebrel
  • Ephedra/ephedrine
  • Fen phen
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
  • Invokana
  • Januvia
  • Lamisil
  • Lipokinetix
  • Lotronex
  • L-tryptophan
  • Lymerix
  • Meridia
  • Monicin
  • Oxycontin
  • Permax
  • Phenylproenolamine (PPA)
  • Prempro
  • Propulsid
  • Quetiapine
  • Rezulin
  • Serzone
  • Vioxx
  • Zyprexa

Accutane 

  • Medically prescribed for - Accutane is prescribed for the treatment of severe acne that has not been helped by other treatments.
  • Adverse reactions experienced -Some Accutane dangers that patients have experienced include depression, serious mental problems, mood swings, irritability, anger, loss of pleasure, sleeping too much or too little, changes in weight or appetite. Some more severe symptoms include suicidal tendencies and birth defects if Accutane is taken while the patient is pregnant.
  • Status of drug - Federal Drug Administration has recognized the link between these adverse reactions and the drug.

See your doctor if you have experienced serious health problems after taking ACCUTANE. In addition, contact an attorney who can help you protect your legal rights and get compensation for your injuries.

Actos 

  • Medically prescribed for - Actos is prescribed to patients with type II diabetes to help reduce insulin resistance.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Patients who were prescribed Actos have experienced heart failure and rapid weight gain. In addition some patients have experienced liver damage. Initial symptoms of liver damage are anorexia, nausea, upper abdominal discomfort, yellowing of the skin or eyes and dark urine.
  • Status of drug -There have been no conclusive studies linking the use of Actos and liver damage. However, the manufacturer has included warnings in the packaging instructing users to have their liver enzymes monitored consistently during the use of the medication.

See your doctor if you have experienced serious health problems after taking ACTOS. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal rights and get compensation for your injuries.

Albuterol 

  • Medically prescribed for - Albuterol is used to treat conditions with reversible airway constriction such as asthma and emphysema.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Some patients taking albuterol have experienced aggravation of preexisting diabetes, delay of pre-term labor, alteration of sleep patterns, excitement, nervousness, hyperactivity and loss of appetite.
  • Status of drug - In 1999 and 2000 the manufacturers of albuterol recalled many of the albuterol distribution units. It became apparent that the emergency inhalers did not contain albuterol and the manufacturer was forced to recall the inhalers.

See your doctor if you have experienced serious health problems after taking ALBUTEROL, or had a defective albuterol inhaler. In addition, contact an attorney to help protect your legal rights and get compensation for your injuries.

Arava 

  • Medically prescribed for - Arava was the first oral treatment approved for slowing the progression of rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Patients taking Arava have experienced adverse side effects such as birth defects, liver damage and even death. Arava is not for people with severe immuno-deficiencies.
  • Status of drug - The label of Arava indicates that women who are or may become pregnant should not take this medication because it may cause birth defects.

See your doctor if you have taken ARAVA while you were pregnant or have experienced serious health problems after taking ARAVA. In addition, contact an attorney to help protect your legal rights and get compensation for your injuries. 

Ativan 

  • Medically prescribed for ? Ativan is an anti-anxiety drug used to treat irritability, insomnia, mania, schizophrenia, anxiety prior to surgery, alcohol withdrawal symptoms, and severe vomiting due to chemotherapy. Ativan has also been used to treat children with seizures, but Ativan is not FDA approved for the use on children under 18.
  • Adverse reactions experienced ? Ativan has been linked to severe respiratory failure, death, increase in aggressiveness, violent behavior, suicidal tendencies, hallucinations and addiction. Ativan and drugs like it have been linked to problems with memory including acute amnesia and long-term memory displacement.
  • Status of drug ? The FDA required Ativan's manufacturers to change their warnings to include information about the adverse side effects present with the use of Ativan.

See your doctor if you or a loved one has experienced adverse side effects after taking ATIVAN. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Avandia 

  • Medically prescribed for - Avandia was introduced following the recall of other similar diabetic drugs. Avandia improves blood sugar control in adults with type II diabetes.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Avandia has been linked to congestive heart failure, hepatitis, and liver failure.
  • Status of drug - The FDA issued a warning letter to the makers of Avandia saying that they falsely denied the serious risks of Avandia. The FDA forced the changing of Avandia labels to include warnings about the potential risk of cardiac failure or other serious cardiac effects.

See your doctor if after taking AVANDIA to control your type II diabetes you have experienced severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney who can help protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Baycol 

  • Medically prescribed for - Baycol was prescribed for lowering high cholesterol levels.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Patients taking Baycol have experienced rhabdomyolysis, which is a sever muscle reaction that can be potentially life threatening. Rhabdomyolysis occurs when a large number of skeletal muscle cells die, leading to kidney or renal failure, malignant hearth rhythms and eventually cardiac arrest. Symptoms of rhabdomyolysis are muscle pain, weakness, tenderness, fever, dark urine, nausea and vomiting.
  • Status of drug - Because of its link to deaths in the United States and abroad Bayer pharmaceutical division voluntarily withdrew Baycol from the market in 2001.

See your doctor if you have been diagnosed with rhabdomyolysis and took BAYCOL before 2001. In addition, contact an attorney who can help you protect your legal rights and get compensation for your injuries.

Benzodiazepine 

  • Medically prescribed for - Benzodiazepine is prescribed for a variety of anxiety related disorders. Benzodiazepine is used to produce sedation, induce sleep, relieve anxiety, muscle spasms and prevent seizures.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Benzodiazepine has been linked to severe respiratory failure, death, increase in aggressiveness, violent behavior, suicidal tendencies, hallucinations and addiction. Benzodiazepine and drugs like it have been linked to problems with memory including acute amnesia and long-term memory displacement. Patients using benzodiazepine must be cautious of the addictive effects of the drug.
  • Status of drug - The FDA required manufacturers of drugs containing benzodiazepine to change their warnings to include information about the adverse side effects.

See your doctor if you or a loved one has experienced adverse side effects after taking a drug that includes BENZODIAZEPINE. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal rights and get compensation for your injuries.

Bextra 

  • Medically prescribed for - Bextra has been prescribed to relieve the symptoms of osteo-arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis in adults and for painful menstrual cycles.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - The use of the drug Bextra has been linked to Stevens Johnson syndrome and other skin hypersensitivity disorders. Stevens Johnson syndrome produces symptoms including blistering, fever, cough, swelling, lesions of the gums tongue or lips, and excessive tearing or stickiness of eyes.
  • Status of drug - There have been many lawsuits concerning the marketing practices of Bextra. The FDA issued a warning to those individuals who experience skin problems while taking Bextra that they should cease taking the medication immediately because they recognized the link between Bextra and a severe life threatening skin disorder.

See your doctor if you are taking BEXTRA and begin to notice skin problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Celebrex 

  • Medically prescribed for - Celebrex was introduced to the market for the pain relief associated with arthritis.
  • Adverse reactions experienced -The use of Celebrex has been linked to deaths, cardiovascular problems, kidney and liver damage, and ulcers. Patients taking Celebrex have experienced hearth attacks, chest pain, stroke, blood clots, and stomach ulcers. The indication of stomach ulcers increased the longer the drug was taken and is evidenced through gnawing or burning pain in the stomach, black or tarry stools and vomiting. Indications of liver damage include nausea, fatigue, loss of appetite, itching, yellow coloring of the skin or eyes, flu like symptoms and dark urine.
  • Status of drug - Doctors have been cautioned about the side effects of Celebrex. The FDA has sent a letter to Pfizer stating its concern about the deceptive marketing practices of the drug.

See your doctor if you have taken CELEBREX and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Clorazil 

  • Medically prescribed for- Clorazil has been prescribed to patients who suffer from schizophrenia, dysphoric mania, and euphoric mania. Clorazil is used to control hallucinations, paranoia or other symptoms associated with psychosis.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Clorazil has been linked to incidence of diabetes, hyperglycemia, pancreatis and heart complications.
  • Status of drug - The FDA issued a safety alert to the medical professionals who would prescribe clorazil warning them about the adverse reactions that may result from taking clorazil. In response to the FDA warning, the manufacturers of Clorazil issued a letter to medical professionals notifying them of the new warning included in the package.

See your doctor if you have taken CLORAZIL and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Cytotec/Misoprostol 

  • Medically prescribed for - Cytotec has been used to induce labor. This drug is not approved for this use but is a cheap substitute to other labor inducing drugs. Cytotec is only approved as an ulcer treatment medication.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Use of Cytotec for labor inducement produces an increased chance of jaundice in babies, fetal disease, fluid overload, increased blood loss post pardum, amniotic fluid embolism, uterine rupture and increased need for caesarian section.
  • Status of drug -The manufacturers of the drug Cytotec have given a statement indicating that cytotec is not approved for use as a labor inducement drug and it has not been tested on pregnant women.

See your doctor if your obstetrician gave you CYTOTEC to induce labor without your consent and you or your baby suffered serious health problems as a result. In addition, contact an attorney to help protect your legal rights and get compensation for your injuries.

Duract

  • Medically prescribed for - Duract is an anti-inflammatory drug that was approved for short-term management (less than 10 days) of acute pain.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Duract when used as approved has not been proven to cause any adverse side effects. However, there are many instances of rare severe hepatitis and liver failure that has been experienced by patients who took Duract in excess of the 10 day time period.
  • Status of drug - The makers of Duract tried to create stronger labeling indicating the reactions from extended use. Finally, in combination with the FDA the makers of Duract decided to withdraw the drug from consumer use.

See your doctor if you have taken DURACT in excess of the 10 day time period or are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Enebrel

  • Medically prescribed for - Enbrel is prescribed to help relieve the pain from arthritis and prevent any further arthritic damage.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Some patients who took Enbrel suffered from serious infections including upper respiratory infections and sinusitis.
  • Status of drug - The FDA required a new warning be included in the packaging of Enbrel to indicate the potential for serious infections.

See your doctor if you have taken ENBREL and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Ephedra/Ephedrine 

  • Medically prescribed for - Ephedra is a herbal derivative that has been used in China for centuries. Just recently ephedra has been used in several dietary supplements intended to help people lose weight.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Consumers taking dietary supplements containing Ephedra have experienced adverse reactions such as heart attack, stroke, depression, convulsions, coma, fever, vomiting, heart palpitations, hypertension, respiratory depression, paranoia psychosis and tachycardia.
  • Status of drug - Because Ephedra is an herbal supplement, the FDA does not require approval prior to its inclusion in a drug. As such there has been little or no pre-market review by the FDA.

See your doctor if you have taken EPHEDRA OR EPHEDRINE and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Fen Phen 

  • Medically prescribed for - The combination drug referred to as Fen Phen has been used for the treatment of obesity.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Many patients that were prescribed Fen Phen experienced heart valve damage or heart disease. Side effects may not be immediately apparent but may manifest themselves over time.
  • Status of drug - In response to the severe side effects that patients were suffering the FDA requested that the company voluntarily withdraw the drug. Fen Phen was voluntarily withdrawn from distribution.

See your doctor if you have taken FEN PHEN any time in the past, even if you have not yet had any adverse side effects. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) 

  • Medically prescribed for - The use of hormone replacement therapy is to combat the symptoms that women suffer associated with menopause, including hot flashes, night sweats, sleeplessness and to prevent osteoporosis.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Women who were given a combination of estrogen and progestin experience increased risk of breast cancer, heart disease, stroke, blood clots and elderly dementia.
  • Status of drug - The FDA has issued changes to the information contained in the labeling of hormone replacement therapies in an effort to give patients risk management information and give advice to health care providers.

See your doctor if you have undergone HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Imitrex 

  • Medically prescribed for - Imitrex is a drug that has been used for the treatment of acute migraine attacks in adults. Imitrex is given to reduce or stop the pain and debilitation associated with migraine attacks.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Patients taking Imitrex have experienced increased risk of heart attack, and stroke.
  • Status of drug - The FDA required that the makers of imitrex include packaging information with warnings concerning the adverse effects. In addition, the packaging information should include advisory information that the first dose of imitrex should be given by a doctor in a doctor's office.

See your doctor if you have taken IMITREX and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Lamisil 

  • Medically prescribed for - Lamisil is an oral treatment for various dermatological conditions. The oral form of lamisil is used to treat special forms of nail fungus.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Some patients who were prescribed Lamisil experienced liver disease, liver failure, and in some instances even death.
  • Status of drug - The FDA issued a public health advisory, warning physicians about the link between Lamisil and adverse liver conditions. Following this public health advisory, Lamisil's manufacturer revised the labeling included with the drug to indicate the possible side effects on the user's liver.

See your doctor if you have taken LAMISIL and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect you legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Lipokinetix 

  • Medically prescribed for - Lipokinetix was marketed as a dietary supplement to aid in weight loss.
  • Adverse reactions experienced ? Some people who used lipokinetix experienced severe liver injuries and liver failure. Indications of liver injuries or liver problems include nausea, weakness, fatigue, abdominal pain or any change in skin color.
  • Status of drug - The FDA issued a warning to consumers encouraging that all consumers stop using lipokinetix.

See your doctor if you have taken LIPOKINETIX and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect you legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Lotronex 

  • Medically prescribed for- Lotronex has been prescribed to treat irritable bowel syndrome in women.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Women who used Lotronex, experienced intestinal damage, reduced blood flow to the intestine, severely obstructed or ruptured bowels and death.
  • Status of drug ? Lotornex was voluntarily withdrawn by the manufacturer. When Lotornex is released again with FDA approval, it will only be available thorough a restricted marketing program. Lotornex is now only approved to treat women suffering from irritable bowel syndrome with severe diarrhea.

See your doctor if you have taken LOTRONEX and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect you legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

L-tryptophan 

  • Medically prescribed for - L-tryptophan is an amino acid that occurs naturally in the food that we eat. L-tryptophan has been synthetically produced and used as a dietary supplement to aid in weight loss.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Patients who took L-tryptophan as a weight loss supplement experienced increased risk of getting eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome (EMS). EMS is a systemic connective tissue disease. Patients diagnosed with EMS suffer from severe muscle pain, an increase in white blood cells and certain skin and neuro-muscular conditions.
  • Status of drug - The FDA banned the use of L-tryptophan as a dietary supplement.

See your doctor if you have taken L-TRYPTOPHAN and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Lymerix 

  • Medically prescribed for - Lymerix was developed and is prescribed for the treatment of lyme disease.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Some people who were prescribed Lymerix have experienced severe arthritis and even a delayed and more severe form of lyme disease.
  • Status of drug - The FDA is investigating reports from doctors concerning the adverse effects of Lymerix.

See your doctor if you have taken LYMERIX and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect you legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Meridia 

  • Medically prescribed for - Meridia is prescribed as a diet drug and anti-obesity medication.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Meredia has been linked to serious side effects such as rapid heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart disease, stroke and seizures.
  • Status of drug - The FDA is reviewing a petition to ban meridia. The FDA required the manufacturers of meridia to change the advertising.

See your doctor if you have taken MERIDIA and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Monicin

  • Medically prescribed for - Minocin is an antibiotic treatment for various types of infections including acne, cholera, pneumonia, and rocky mountain spotted fever.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Some people who were prescribed minocin suffered from inflamed joints, anemia, kidney failure, liver failure and a lupus like syndrome in young acne patients.
  • Status of drug - Minocin is still available to the public but the FDA issued a warning to the manufacturers of minocin indicating that they have been implementing false or misleading marketing practices concerning the effectiveness of minocin.

See your doctor if you have taken MINOCIN and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Oxycontin

  • Medically prescribed for - Oxycontin has been prescribed for treatment of moderate to severe pain.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Oxycontin has been found to have an addiction potential that is similar to morphine. There have been patients who have been prescribed oxycontin who have died as a result of the addiction.
  • Status of drug - The FDA has strengthened warnings and precautions that accompany this drug. There is currently a lawsuit over the manufacturers failure to warn doctors and patients about the addictive side effects of oxycontin.

See your doctor if you have taken OXYCONTIN and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Permax 

  • Medically prescribed for - Permax is prescribed to individuals diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Permax fights the debilitating effects of Parkinson's by directly stimulating the body's dopamine receptors.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - There has been some indication that taking permax may result in serious heart valve damage.
  • Status of drug - The FDA along with the manufacturer of permax has modified the package inserts. These inserts now warn medical professionals that there may be a link between taking permax and serious heart valve damage.

See your doctor if you have taken PERMAX and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Phenlyproenolamine (PPA)

  • Medically prescribed for - PPA was used in prescription cough and cold medications as a decongestant and in over the counter weight loss products.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Individuals who took a medication with PPA in it have experienced an increased risk of hemorrhagic stroke, and bleeding in brain or around brain. Some women who took this drug experienced irregular heartbeat.
  • Status of drug - The FDA issued a public health advisory concerning the use of the PPA and recommended that PPA be considered not safe for over the counter use. FDA also has encouraged drug companies to discontinue use of PPA in all drug products and encouraged drug companies to discontinue marketing any products that contain the PPA drug.

See your doctor if you have taken a drug that contains PHENLYPROENOLAMINE (PPA) and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Prempro 

  • Medically prescribed for - Prempro is a combination of estrogen and progestrin that is used to treat the symptoms of menopause and to prevent osteoporosis.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Women who still have their uterus and have taken this drug may be at an increased risk for invasive breast cancer, stroke, heart disease, blood clots, dementia, and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Status of drug -The FDA acknowledged that prempro may be linked to severe side effects, but also noted that the benefits of hormone replacement therapy outweighed the risk. The FDA has approved for the manufacturers of prempro to produce and market a lower dosage prempro product.

See your doctor if you have taken PREMPRO and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Propulsid

  • Medically prescribed for - Propulsid is a heartburn medication prescribed to individuals with severe nighttime heartburn and acid reflux disease.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Patients who have used propulsid have experienced serious cardiac arrhythmia and in some cases even death.
  • Status of drug - The FDA has forced the manufacturers of Propulsid to discontinue the marketing of this drug.

See you doctor if you have taken PROPULSID and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Redux 

  • Medically prescribed for - Redux is the brand name for the drug combination called phen-fen, which was marketed and prescribed as a diet drug and anti-obesity medication.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Many patients who took redux or phen-fen have experienced heart valve damage. Heart valve damage and other cardiovascular problems may not be apparent right away.
  • Status of drug - In response to the severe side effects that patients were suffering, the FDA requested that the company voluntarily withdraw the drug. Fen Phen was voluntarily withdrawn from distribution.

See your doctor if you have taken REDUX and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect you legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Rezulin 

  • Medically prescribed for - Rezulin was prescribed to diabetics who took insulin but whose blood sugar levels were still not under control. Rezulin is designed to help insulin work better.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Patients who were prescribed Rezulin have experienced liver damage, liver failure and death.
  • Status of drug - The FDA banned Rezulin in 2000.

See your doctor if you have taken REZULIN and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Serzone 

  • Medically prescribed for - Serzone is an anti-depressant drug that has been used to treat a specific form of depression.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Some patients that have been prescribed Serzone have experienced liver damage and liver failure. Signs of liver dysfunction include; jaundice, anorexia, yellowing of the skin or eyes, dark urine and gastrointestinal complaints.
  • Status of drug - In response to the adverse complications of Serzone, the manufacturer of the drug has issued a warning to accompany the drug.

See your doctor if you have taken SERZONE and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Vioxx 

  • Medically prescribed for - Vioxx has been prescribed to alleviate pain associated with arthritis.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Some individuals who were prescribed vioxx experienced cardiovascular problems, gastro intestinal complications and liver damage. Patients who experienced cardio vascular problems associated with vioxx had symptoms of blood clots, stroke and 4 times the risk of heart attack. Patients who experienced stomach ulcers had symptoms including gnawing or burning stomach pain, black or tarry stools and vomiting. Patients who experienced liver damage as a result of taking vioxx experienced symptoms of nausea, vomiting, fatigue, loss of appetite, itching, yellowing of the skin or eyes, flu like symptoms and dark urine.
  • Status of drug - The FDA has issued a warning about the manufacturers false and misleading advertisements.

See your doctor if you have taken VIOXX and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

Zyprexa 

  • Medically prescribed for - Zyprexa is prescribed for the short-term treatment of acute manic episodes experienced by persons with bi-polar disorder.
  • Adverse reactions experienced - Patients who have taken zyprexa have experienced severe reactions including onset of diabetes, hyperglycemia and ketoacidosis.
  • Status of drug - Despite the fact that zyprexa has been recalled in the United Kingdom and Japan the FDA has yet to issue a warning or recall concerning zyprexa.

See your doctor if you have taken ZYPREXA and are experiencing severe health problems. In addition, contact an attorney to help you protect your legal interests and get compensation for your injuries.

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Last Modified: 09-27-2017 12:38 AM PDT

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