Men who suffer stroke, cardiac arrest and other heart-related issues or other adverse side effects after using AndroGel and other testosterone drugs have filed lawsuits across the country alleging that they were not properly warned of the risks.
At the center of these lawsuits is a popular testosterone drug named AndroGel.
AndroGel is synthetic testosterone mixed into a gel with alcohol that is applied to the skin once daily. The testosterone is absorbed into the skin for continuous 24-hour delivery into the body. It is prescribe to men with low testosterone levels to increase their testosterone levels to a normal range.