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Spiriva® Attorneys Jacksonville

FDA Recall, Warning or Action: The FDA originally warned that Spiriva® may have serious health risks. However, the FDA issued a new release that acknowledged Spiriva® does not increase the risk of stroke or other cardiovascular events, as previously reported.

We understand that most individuals will take a prescription medication at some point during their lifetime. That’s why our in-house team members routinely review the favorable decisions issued by the courts. Sometimes, the problem with a pharmaceutical product simply lies in the lack of research during the development process. In such cases, serious side effects or complications from taking a drug may start to appear.

Side Effects of Spiriva® Use

Spiriva® (tiotropium) is used to treat breathing disorders like COPD. The drug works by attaching to receptors that cause symptoms in the airways. Possible side effects or negative patient outcomes include:

  • Chest Pain & Rapid Heart Beat
  • Swollen Hands, Ankles or Feet
  • Symptoms of Severe Allergic Reaction
  • Difficulty or Pain While Urinating
  • Blurred Vision or Halos Around Lights
  • Chills, Fever or Nagging Infections

NOTE: Spiriva® has been assigned as an FDA pregnancy Category C drug. Current studies do not confirm if Spiriva® may be harmful to the fetus if taken during pregnancy or if it transfers through breast milk.

At Harrell & Harrell, our medical accident attorneys will investigate and quantify your damages for recovery of emergency expenses, hospital bills, lost income, pain and suffering, future healthcare costs and all permanent disabilities. If you or a loved one was injured or died due to a dangerous drug or failed medical device, contact us at 904-251-1111 or 1-800-251-1111 for a FREE initial consultation.

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