An Alabama man has filed a lawsuit against the makers of the testosterone replacement treatment Testim, claiming the drug caused him to have a stroke. Robert Hoehl, 64, had no history of cerebrovascular disease or neurological impairments when he began the hormone therapy in the fall of 2011. Less than a year later, he had a stroke. He immediately stopped taking Testim. Doctors noticed he had elevated hematocrit levels, a condition that can increase the risk of blood clots, heart disease and stroke. Hoehl’s blood levels were checked on a regular basis. Within months after quitting Testim, his hematocrit levels ... Read More
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