Elmiron Lawsuit Lawyers

The Barnes Firm’s best Elmiron Lawsuit Lawyers alongside some of the nation’s top health officials have discovered a direct link between a popular prescription drug and eye damage. If you’ve taken the drug Elmiron (pentosan polysulfate sodium), and are now suffering from a progressive eye disease, you may be entitled to significant compensation.

Here’s what you can expect from The Barnes Firm:

  • FREE Legal Strategy Session – Find Out What Options Are Best For You
  • Millions Recovered For Our Clients
  • No Fee Promise – We Don’t Accept Any Fees Until We’ve Won You Compensation

If you’re suffering due to Elmiron (pentosan polysulfate sodium), you’re not alone. Together, we can help you recover compensation and make sure others do not suffer from the disastrous side effects of this dangerous drug.

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What Is Elmiron Used For?

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Elmiron is prescribed to treat a condition known as interstitial cystitis, or “painful bladder syndrome.”

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Elmiron is also prescribed as a treatment for osteoarthritis

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New research has linked Elmiron to a new progressive eye disease classified as Retinal Maculopathy

What Is Retinal Maculopathy?

Retinal maculopathy occurs when the pigment cells within a person’s eye change colors. This sudden change can cause significant problems, including decreased vision and blindness; similar to the symptoms associated with age-related macular degeneration.

If you’ve experienced decreased vision or blindness after taking Elmiron, it’s very important that you inform your doctor and speak with an experienced team of trial lawyers who can help you investigate the root cause of your retinal maculopathy and protect your rights.

Common Symptoms Of Elmiron-Related Eye Damage

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New research has linked the commonly prescribed interstitial cystitis drug, Elmiron, to a unique form of eye disease. This disease is typically diagnosed by eye doctors as retinal maculopathy, age-related macular degeneration or pattern dystrophy. Some of the most common symptoms include:

  • Blindness
  • Blurred vision
  • Dark spots
  • Difficulty reading
  • Difficulty adapting to low light
  • Difficulty seeing colors
  • Distorted vision (straight lines appear curved)
  • And more…

If you experience any of these symptoms, and you were prescribed Elmiron to treat painful bladder syndrome, osteoarthritis or another symptom, it’s critical to go over your options with both an eye doctor and an Elmiron Lawsuit lawyer.

Other Adverse Side Effects Associated With Elmiron

Patients who were prescribed Elmiron have also reported many other adverse side effects, including:

  • Alopecia (hair loss)
  • Bruising
  • Diarrhea
  • Difficulty Sleeping/Other Sleep Disorders
  • Gastroesophageal Reflux
  • Headaches
  • Rashes
  • And more…

If you’ve experienced any of these side effects after taking Elmiron, it’s critical that you discuss these symptoms with your doctor immediately.

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Why Choose The Barnes Firm?

The Barnes Firm has helped victims across the world recover significant compensation after taking a potentially dangerous medication, such as Elmiron. Our team of experienced trial lawyers consist of former doctors and other medical professionals who understand that dangerous drugs can have disastrous side effects. In many cases, these drugs are introduced to consumers with little to no testing.

If you have any questions about Elmiron, an Elmiron Lawsuit, or what steps you should take after taking Elmiron, our team of experienced attorneys are here to help answer your questions with no obligation.

Call The Barnes Firm 24/7 or contact us online to go over your possible legal options.