Complications For Which You Can File Risperdal Lawsuit.

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Risperdal is a drug that is used to treat schizophrenia in adults as well as children who are at least 13 years of old. It is also used to treat symptoms of manic depression in adults and in children who are 10 years of old. Moreover, it is also used to treat symptoms of irritability in autistic children.

If you have complications like

  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Low WBC counts
  • Kidney disease
  • Breast cancer
  • Trouble swallowing

Make your doctor aware of this. They may ask you not to consume the drug or suggest something else. Though a good number of patients are benefited with the drug, a contrasting picture is also there. Talk to your doctor if you have:

  1. Uncontrolled muscle movements
  2. Nipple discharge, breast tenderness
  3. Severe nervous system reaction
  4. Low white blood cells
  5. Lower levels of platelets in your blood
  6. High blood sugar
  7. Headache
  8. Dizziness
  9. Anxiety
  10. Weight gain
  11. Cold symptoms
  12. Dry mouth
  13. And many more

No more waste your time and consult with your doctor. As the drug manufacturing company does not make people aware of the ill-effects of the drug, you can raise your voice against them by filing Risperdal Lawsuit.

The experienced lawyers are there to help you all through the legal procedure. The lawyers of Rispeedal411 also make sure of the fact that you get the compensation that you deserve. They have successfully resolved many such issues. To learn more, call at 855-576-4392 or visit their website http://risperdal411.com/.

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