Lupron Recall

Did Abbott Labs Conceal health hazards associated with the drug Lupron?

According to the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Lupron has potential safety issues; but Abbott Labs has not included a warning label concerning long-term health problems for those who regularly take the drug. A lawsuit has accused Abbott Labs of not doing the proper testing of the drug before asking the FDA to approve Lupron.

If you, or a loved one, have been taking Lupron and are now suffered from severe side effects caused by this hormone treatment, you might qualify to file a lawsuit.

This drug was meant to be taken as a relief of prostate cancer (Men) and endometriosis (Women). So many people are now suffering with other problems that people are requesting Lupron to be taken off the market.

The side effects that have been documented as a direct result of taking Lupron are as follows:

  • Acne breakouts
  • Abnormal facial hair growth
  • Hot flashes
  • Dizziness or drowsiness
  • Dry vagina
  • Vaginal discomfort or bleeding
  • Breast swelling or tenderness
  • Lack of desire or inability to have sex
  • Diarrhea or constipation
  • Chills or clammy skin
  • Pain in the testicle
  • Memory loss
  • Aching joints or muscles
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Depression
  • Chronic muscle pain
  • Back pain or weakness
  • Muscle atrophy
  • Urine with blood in it
  • Vomiting
  • Severe headaches
  • Decreasing of hematocrit
  • Decreasing of hemoglobin
  • Bone density changes
  • Thyroid problems
  • Loss of the sense of taste
  • Loss of the sense of smell
  • Uncontrollable bladder
  • Seizures or convulsions
  • Inability to move parts of your body
  • Rapid weight gain
  • Stinging, irritation, bruising or soreness at injection site
  • Fainting or light-headedness
  • Pain during urination
  • High blood sugar symptoms: thirst or hunger, frequent urination, dry mouth or skin, fatigue, vision changes or weight reduction.
  • Abrupt numbness or loss of strength, particularly on one side
  • Trouble speaking
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Chest tension, spreads to arm and shoulder
  • Numbness in legs or feet
  • Allergic reactions: inflammation of lips, mouth, tongue, throat, face or itchy, red skin/rash

If you, or a family member, has taken Lupron in hopes of combating a serious disease like prostate cancer or endometriosis; but are now suffering some of the awful side effects Lupron is known to cause, you may be eligible to seek compensation through the court system.

The side effects listed above are common from those who have taken Lupron. The manufacturer tried to hide these risks to your health by not performing the proper tests needed before releasing it into the general population. Since Abbott Labs did not include a warning label on Lupron, your pain and suffering is not your fault. It is time to take advantage of your rights and pursue compensatory relief.

Lupron has turned many people’s lives into a nightmare. You are not alone. Get yourself, or your loved one, the compensation you deserve.

By hiring a lawyer, you are taking a step in exercising your legal rights to a fair assessment of your pain and suffering at the hands of a heartless drug company.

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  1. Cynthia Levi says:

    I was considering this because of fibroids and heavy bleeding, but after reading this I am going to wait it out until menopause, which will probably be in a year. I can always have D&C a couple of times a year to keep things under control.

    • Sharon Jackson says:

      Hi Susan, just trying to find out if you
      were able to find any one to help you the Lupron claim, I lost my kidney with this medication. Do you have any Attorney’s that are taking this case?

      Thanks, Sharon Jackson

  2. I Took The Shots Of Lupron Depot 3.75 mg Shots For About 18 Months.I Had endometriosis The recommended duration of treatment is 6 months.It Has Changed.When I Took This It Did Not Say 6 Months.It Was Used To Put Me Into Menopause.That Was In 2001 or close to that time.It Put Me Into Menopause and i Never came out of it.I Went Into Very Early Menopause.I Now Have a lot of the side effects from this Drug.I Wish I Had Never Took It.Should I File A Claim??

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