Time to Learn the Truth about NuvaRing?
Patients have a right to know if their health professional asks them to ingest a hazardous or dangerous medical product. Their assumption that a drug is relatively safe is presumptively reasonable. If a drug isn’t safe, the maker of the drug has a legal responsibility to notify the prescribing health care professional and explaining the inherent risks of the medication. Sadly, however, that doesn’t always take place.
In the case of NuvaRing, a widely prescribed hormonal contraceptive, a shocking number of patients never received appropriate warnings about the risks of this drug. As a result, they experienced vaginal infections and, in some cases, serious and potentially fatal conditions such as blood clots, heart attack, stroke, and high blood pressure. This simply wasn’t right; and in some cases, the drug maker is legal responsible for the effects.
Are you a NuvaRing patient who has suffered as a result of your prescription? You may have a valid legal claim. Successful suits can bring significant compensation. Find out how the attorneys at Fears Nachawati may be able to help you. For your free consultation, call us at 1.866.545.8364 or email email@example.com.