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Find a Viagra® Side Effect Lawyer

News / July 30, 2015

Have you or a loved one taken the popular erectile dysfunction drug, Viagra®, and experienced serious side effects? It may be in your best interest to find a Viagra side effect lawyer.

viagra side effect lawyerLearn more about the serious side effects that have been linked to Viagra from the experienced attorneys at Hollis Law Firm.

Viagra became infamous in the late 90s as the first oral medication introduced in the United States to treat erectile dysfunction. The drug was approved by the FDA in 1998 and since then over 45 million individuals have taken Viagra. The active ingredient in Viagra is Sildenafil, which is also sold under the brand name Revatio. Viagra is classified as a PDE5 inhibitor, and is manufactured to block specific enzymes in the body, which causes blood vessels to dilate and encourage blood flow to the penis.

Viagra has been linked to several serious side effects including the following:

  • Melanoma Skin Cancer
  • Heart Attacks
  • Strokes
  • Vision Problems
  • Blindness

If you or a loved one has taken the erectile dysfunction drug, Viagra, and have experienced any of these side effects, you may wish to contact a Viagra side effect lawyer. The attorneys at the Hollis Law Firm are experienced in the legal issues surrounding Viagra, and are able to review each case on an individual basis. The first step is to complete the contact form on this page or call (800) 701-3672 to get in touch with the trained team at Hollis Law Firm. Please keep in mind that the submission of this contact form does not constitute the establishment of an attorney client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only established with a specific written retainer agreement between you and the firm. Once you speak with the trained team at Hollis Law Firm, a lawyer will review your potential case and speak with you about your options.