Lawsuits for Elmiron

Elmiron is the name of pentosane polysulfate sodium. This is used for treating a condition named interstitial cystitis or IC. This is also known as bladder pain syndrome. This condition is a very poorly understood one with the symptoms like chronic bladder pain, urinary frequency and urgency and painful sexual intercourse.

However, it has been claimed that extensive exposure to Elmiron is the cause of maculopathy which is an eye disorder affecting the macula or the central part of the retina. And this can lead to blindness.

So, if you or your loved ones have been suffering from maculopathy or any kind of serious eye damage or partial or complete blindness, while taking Elmiron for a very long time for it to be a possible cause, come to us at Mountaineer Criminal Law Group . Our West Virginia Elmiron lawyer is an experienced one with this claim and will help you so that you can get the rightful justice.

Things to Know About Elmiron Lawsuits

In 2018, in an article published by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the author talked about six cases of maculopathy that he had treated at Emory Eye Center between 2015 and 2017. All of these patients had pigmentary maculopathy which followed chronic exposure to Elmiron. In 2019, the same author updated the article again while reporting the case of ten more patients with the same problem and the same apparent cause. The primary complaints of the patients in this study included:

  • The loss of low light vision
  • Dimming vision in general
  • Reading difficulty
  • General near vision difficulty

In addition to this eye damage, the medicine has not shown any substantial result in interstitial cystitis. Even the FDA supports this result too.

Injuries and Side Effects Caused by Extensive Exposure to Elmiron

There are multiple marketing studies that are showing that Elmiron is linked with maculopathy, the very serious progressive illness of people that can cause impaired vision, blindness or central vision loss.

The type of degeneration that has been linked with Elmiron is called pigmentary maculopathy that causes damage in the macula or the central part of the retina. If a patient is dealing with this condition will experience the following difficulties:

  • General poor vision
  • Dimming of vision
  • Distortion of images
  • Blurred vision
  • Black spots in the center of the vision
  • Legal blindness

The FDA encourages individuals to report any kind of unexpected side effects that is caused by any drug or any medical device which leads to unfortunate effects. Similarly, if you have been taking Elmiron and now your vision is compromised, come to our West Virginia Elmiron lawyer.

Compensations Covered by the Lawsuit

If you are filing a lawsuit to seek the damage for taking Elmiron and having compromised vision, then the claim will cover the following expenses:

  • Medical expenses of the past and future for treatment
  • The expenses for your physical and mental trauma
  • The excruciating recovery process
  • Wage loss
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Punitive damage if any

At Mountaineer Criminal Law Group, we have dealt with the Elmiron lawsuit claims several times. Our West Virginia Elmiron lawyer is the best person for your consultation.

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