Cialis Lawsuits

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Used to treat erectile dysfunction and impotence in men, Cialis was first approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2003. But despite approval by the administration, some patients using the drug have experienced dangerous side effects associated with use.

Blindness is just one of the detrimental affects some studies are linking to the use of Cialis. Caused by the restriction of blood to the eye, Cialis use can result in serious injury to the optic nerve of the eye, provoking blindness or some loss of vision, sometimes in one or both eyes. The instance of blocked optic nerves is known as non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy or NAOIN.

Among impotence drug users, include patients using: Viagra, Cialis and Levitra, the FDA received more than 40 reports of the vision condition, NAOIN.

Multiple cases of vision loss and blindness have resulted from some Cialis users, struggling with side effects caused by the bad drug.

As a result of vision complications linked to Cialis use, the FDA sought more extensive warnings for the drug, offering greater amounts of information for patients, users and prospective users.

While warnings are required by the FDA, some patients did not receive adequate warning soon enough and previous warnings may not have highlighted the serious visions risks tied to Cialis use.

Call a Texas personal injury attorney!

If you or someone you love is struggling with serious complications resulting from the use of Cialis, call our firm’s Texas dangerous drug attorneys. Our firm is headquartered in Texas and we have experience serving injured clients nationwide. Our experienced defective drug lawyers, professional medical consultants and caring staff will help you gain greater insight into the complications and injuries you or a loved one have endured, while helping you seek just compensation for your injuries and loss. Call today to schedule a free consultation at an office in Killeen, Temple, & Waco.


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