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Secondary Exposure to AndroGel Can Cause Various Irregularities in Women and Children
Black-Box Warning Issued By the FDA for Secondary Exposure to AngroGel in Women and Children
If you or a family member has experienced secondary exposure to AndroGel and have been injured, you may be entitled to compensation.
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About Secondary Exposure to AndroGel
AndroGel is used to treat low testosterone (“Low T”) and is prescribed as a testosterone-replacement drug, mostly to men who cannot produce enough amounts of the male hormone. It is a synthetic hormone in gel form that is absorbed through the skin and increases the total amount of testosterone in the body to a normal range.
AndroGel contains a Black-Box warning for secondary exposure to women and children. This warning states that women and children should avoid contact with any unwashed application sites or unwashed clothing of men using the drug. Women and children may show symptoms of secondary exposure to AndroGel including:
- Enlargement of genitals
- Early development of pubic hair in children
- Increased erections
- Increased libido
- Aggressive behavior
- Advanced bone age in children
- Increased acne and body hair in women