Jun 3, 2010

Accutane: Side effects and what YOU can DO

As I could remember when I was watching a series show, some companies just releases drugs for the sake that they want to increase the reputation that their company they have in spite of the possible side effects that it could cause. This might be an old story but this happens now a days rampantly.

Have you heard of the drug meds named Accutane? Or maybe you have seen one of their ads showing how can they help you out control acne? Well, that kind of medicine needs to have a second look before trying out.

Currently, there is what they call accutane class action which had been raised because of the some adverse side effects that it could cause which is dangerous for human health. As what I have read, almost every user experiences a not so cool side effects. This can be things like drying out the nasal passages that they will sore and bleed easily. That’s a total ouch. Well for some who cares for their hair a lot, you might want to consider in taking this because some users are having hair thinning and headaches. This can be a possible side effect as well. Not just that, they have a big impact for pregnant women and as what I have read in the website, depression and suicides are also linked.

Here is some list that I got which there is a possible chance you might get from this drug:
  • Crohn's disease
  • rectal bleeding
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Osteoporosis
  • Bone Weakness
  • Loss of bone density
  • Propensity toward bone fractures
  • Delay in the healing of fractured bones

As you can see, this drug med has some serious things to fix. Now if you are one of those people taking this medication and currently experiencing one of its side effects. I think its now time to move and know your rights. There is this one website that focuses and helps people who had experienced mitigating side effects of this drug medicine. You can just click this LINK to get to that website. This people helps you file legal action to the said manufacturer of the drugs in which they are oblige to pay you compensation for the damages the medication has caused. Now where to start, you can start calling them and from there they will tell you what’s the next step to do.

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