Lipitor Side Effects

Lipitor Side Effects and Eligibility to File Lipitor Lawsuits

lipitor side effectsHave you been negatively affected by Lipitor side effects? Were you taking Lipitor while you were diagnosed with Type II Diabetes? If so you may be eligible to file a claim.

Lipitor is one of the most highly prescribed drugs, not only in the United States but also throughout the entire world. Taken by over 20 million Americans, Lipitor is a medicinal treatment for high cholesterol and heart disease. As beneficial as this drug may be to some, numerous extremely negative and serious side effects have been reported from its usage. Many who have been negatively affected are pursuing their right to seek compensation for Lipitor side effects.

Recent studies have been conducted that individuals who take Lipitor, a drug prescribed to treat high cholesterol, are at greater risk of developing type-2 diabetes. U. S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ordered Pfizer, Lipitor’s manufacturer, to change the label of the drug stating this risk. Meanwhile, lawsuits against Pfizer have been filed all over the country because of the adverse reactions from Lipitor side effects, and the absence of precautionary advice regarding such risk.

Lipitor Side Effects Recognized for Lipitor Lawsuits

Common Lipitor Side Effects are:

Indigestion, abnormal bowel movements, Gastroenterological problems, Congestion, Diarrhea, Joint pains, Sleeping Problems, Low Energy, Fever, Excessive Sweating, Lack of Appetite, Headache, Lazy Eye, Dry Eye, Ringing in the Ears, Bronchitis, Dry Mouth, Inflammation of the Nose and Dizziness or Nausea.

Most severe Lipitor Side Effects:

These, among others, include difficulty in breathing, blood in the urine, urinary tract infection, inflammation of the esophagus, chest pains, soreness of muscles, Enlarged Breasts, Stiff Neck, Serious Allergic Reactions, Anemia, Gout, Giant Hives and Low Blood Sugar.

If you are suffering from one or more of the severe Lipitor side effects, or symptoms, then take legal action now by becoming part of the Lipitor class action lawsuit. Jeopardizing one’s health must face legal consequences.

A recent study conducted by the University of Massachusetts suggested that women have a much higher risk of acquiring diabetes with a 48% higher chance than men. Women who are already obese with high blood sugar, or who have Diabetic tendencies, have a much higher risk of developing diabetes.

Take Legal Action and get more information regarding Lipitor Lawsuits Now!

One of the biggest complaints against Pfizer is that they have failed to warn both doctors and patients about the severe risk and side effects of Lipitor. More so, that they have placed people who have taken the drug in serious conditions. Reports have even been obtained that state some doctors were aware of the drug’s link to type 2 Diabetes, yet prescribed the drug anyway. The majority of those who have been affected have only discovered they were at risk after it was too late and they had already developed problems. Anyone who experienced these side effects is eligible to file a Lipitor lawsuit against the manufacturer for causing such serious health injuries.

Lipitor Lawsuit Assistance:

Our team belongs to one of the largest lawsuit settlement networks in the country, working in all fifty states, helping those who have been put in such unjust situations. We evaluate the claimant’s eligibility to file a lawsuit to make sure that you are able to get the necessary financial compensation and medical attention you deserve from Pfizer. The damages caused by this drug did not only risk the patients’ health but it also affected them financially and emotionally. Our team offers Lipitor lawsuits’ consultations for individuals who have been injured by this defective medical prescription.

Claims and Lawsuits are currently being reviewed. If you believe to you have sustained injuries from the use of Lipitor, or are suffering from Lipitor side effects you can come to us for help. We are standing by to assist you, contact us today for a free case review.

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