Cymbalta For Treating Depression And Its Side Effects
Cymbalta is used to treat depression and anxiety. Our attorneys at MGM Attorneys have experience handling Cymbalta lawsuits, and we can help you if you have taken this potentially harmful prescription drug.
MGM Attorneys, in Baton Rouge, can provide guidance concerning issues dealing with Cymbalta.
Health Issues To Be Aware Of After Taking Cymbalta
Cymbalta has been found to cause serious side effects and complications in patients currently taking the medication as well as in patients who have stopped taking the drug. Side effects and complications associated with withdrawing use of Cymbalta include:
- Liver toxicity or damage
- Abnormal bleeding
- Serotonin syndrome
- Increased blood pressure
- Severe skin reactions
- Suicidal thoughts
Cymbalta side effects and Cymbalta withdrawal issues can pose serious risks to your health. If you have taken Cymbalta, you may be at risk for suffering these side effects or complications. Our law firm can review your medical records to show that you were prescribed the medication, how long you took it and what impact the drug has had on your health.
We Hold Companies Liable For Defective Drugs
MGM Attorneys, in Baton Rouge, understands the relationship you may have with your physician, pharmacy or medical facility. It is important to know that taking legal action against the drug company does not impact your relationship with your doctor, pharmacist or clinic. We value our relationships with our clients and would never do anything to jeopardize your relationship with your doctor.
Filing a lawsuit against the drug company will ensure it is held accountable for its negligent actions and any harm you may have suffered after taking Cymbalta. Even if you haven’t suffered from any complications yet, you may still be at risk. We can review your medical records and see if you have a case before your health gets worse.
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We have a nurse on staff who can help evaluate your case. Our lawyers are dedicated to helping clients throughout Louisiana, and we can meet you anywhere. To discuss your case, call us at 225-250-1751 or submit your information online.