Testosterone Heart Attack Risks: Increased Risk Of Myocardial Infarction and Heart Attack In Male Testosterone Patients
If You or Your Husband, Father or Other Loved One Had A Heart Attack or Myocardial Infarction After Being Treated For Low Testosterone, You May Be Able To Recover Money From a Testosterone Heart Attack Lawsuit Case or Settlement Claim.
Heart attacks are one of several cardiovascular side effects being investigated by testosterone therapy lawyers and TRT attorneys. Testosterone treatments and low t therapy may be linked to an increased risk of suffering from heart attacks.
For example, according to one testosterone study, men who take testosterone may double or triple the risk of having a heart attack within ninety days. Similarly, according to other testosterone research, testosterone replacement therapy may result in a thirty percent increase in heart attack risk.
A heart attack (or myocardial infarction) occurs when blood fails to properly flow to the heart and the muscle in the heart is injured due to a lack of oxygen. Often, it results from blockage in the coronary arteries that supply blood to the heart. Blockage can be a result of cholesterol, fat (fatty plaque) or white blood cell buildup.
Symptoms of a heart attack may include:
- Chest pain or chest discomfort
- Tightness or pressure in chest
- Shortness of breadth
- Stomach pain
- Pain in shoulders, arms, neck, teeth or jaw
- Sweating, nausea or vomiting
If you or a loved one were prescribed testosterone for low T symptoms and had a heart attack, you may be able to recover money from a testosterone lawsuit or settlement.
If you are experiencing testosterone heart problems you should consult with your heart doctor or cardiologist for a medical evaluation.
If you or your husband or father or other loved one was treated for low testosterone and had a heart attack or myocardial infarction, contact a testosterone heart attack lawyer for a free attorney review.
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