The Diet Pill lawsuit is one of the more prominent recent lawsuits regarding diet pills. According to a recent lawsuit, a New York woman who was taking diet pills to lose weight became addicted to them and ended up having insomnia so severe that she even lost her sense of reason. Tests performed on the pills found undeclared and banned diet ingredients that weren’t previously found on the label s ingredient list. In response, the company distributed pills with other ingredients that didn’t have those substances on them.

Diet Pill Lawsuits

A diet is not a single supplement. It usually consists of a number of dietary supplements. When any individual uses a dietary supplement, they are normally advised to either take it in conjunction with another medication or to alter their diet in order to achieve the intended effects.

While most of the diet pills on the market do not contain an addictive compound, there have been some noted cases where individuals have reported feeling a sort of “high” as a side effect of taking certain diet pills. If you do find that a supplement is causing you to feel a strange high, it is important to consult your doctor to rule out any serious side effect.

One of the more widely-known diet pills is known as Sibutramine.

While many people use it to help them sleep, in this case, one plaintiff in a Lawsuit states that it has caused him to lose his ability to have a sexual erection. According to the Lawsuit, he is now unable to have erections when using Sibutramine. This is a particularly significant side effect because not only does the Lawsuit suffer but his loved one who also uses the Sibutramine must also stop taking the pills or risk similar side effects.

Another diet pill lawsuit involves a woman who used weight loss pills to treat symptoms of hepatitis.

Her personal physician prescribed her with Miethylstilbestrol (Methionine), an estrogen like substance. However, three months later, according to the lawsuit, her personal physician suddenly advised her that he could no longer prescribe her with Methionine because of liver failure requiring a liver transplant.

When the Lawsuit asked for a list of medications he had given to his patients for years, the physician declined to supply such information citing attorney client privilege. The Lawsuit is currently awaiting final determinations as to whether or not Methionine can be safely and legally prescribed to persons experiencing liver failure requiring a liver transplant.

Diet pills containing Promotilityins like phentermine are another area of recent legal controversy.

Like with the diet pills containing Clomid, there have been reports in both traditional and online media of many individuals being diagnosed with false claims to obtain these types of diet pills. The Lawsuits describe false claims such as promoting supplements intended to increase semen amounts or increasing muscle mass while actually containing sedatives.

One diet pill lawsuit refers to the popular antidepressant known as fluoxetine.

The Lawsuit refers to an Sibutramine side effects description that includes “numbness, nervousness, anxiety, insomnia, difficulty concentrating, depression, irritability, muscle pain, nausea and vomiting.” While it is unclear how these factors were connected, the Lawsuit notes that “febrile side effects” are among those that must be considered when prescribing Sibutramine. A similar side effects description for Fluoxetine is also included in the Lawsuit.

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