Testosterone Booster Lawsuit News

Testosterone boosters in young men could lead to future side effects

September 26th, 2014

Men without a clinical need for testosterone replacement therapy could be at an increased risk of testosterone booster side effects, according to Doctor Eliecer Kurzer. Testosterone boosters could lead the body to stop producing testosterone on its own, leading to sterility, hair loss and male breast develop. More »

Nearly 3% of men over 40 taking testosterone boosters

September 5th, 2014

Nearly 3% of American men over the age of 40 are taking testosterone boosters, or “Low T” drugs, according to Bloomberg Business Week. Many doctors and health professionals have expressed concern that a large percentage of those approximately 2 million men do not need testosterone drugs. More »

Testosterone nasal spray on the market despite concerns

June 16th, 2014

A new testosterone booster administered through a nasal spray is now on the market, despite concerns over testosterone therapy side effects. The testosterone booster, called Natesto, joins several other testosterone therapy drugs, including gels, creams, patches and injections. More »

Consumer advocacy group lobbies for heart attack warning on Low T drugs

March 18th, 2014

National consumer advocacy group Public Citizen has petitioned the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to issue a black-box warning to all drugs manufactured to treat low testosterone, or “Low T.” The group says the Low T drugs, such as AndroGel, carry a risk of severe testosterone booster side effects, such as heart attacks and stroke. More »

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