The prescription medication Elmiron, which is used to treat interstitial cystitis, has lately been linked to numerous visual issues in its users. Elmiron lawsuits may be filed by anyone who have suffered eye injuries as a result of using this medication to seek monetary damages for their losses.
What Is Elmiron?
A prescription medication called Elmiron (pentosan polysulfate sodium) is used to treat interstitial cystitis-related bladder pain and discomfort (IC). It has recently come under question for its connection to severe eye damage. Users of Elmiron in the United States report that the medication may lead to a variety of eyesight problems.
The business allegedly failed to reveal the connection between Elmiron use and severe eyesight loss in Elmiron litigation.
News about a recent Elmiron lawsuit settlement
A Nevada lady filed a complaint on May 4, 2020, accusing Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals of being responsible for her developing the retinal condition maculopathy as a result of their medicine (Elmiron).
The Nevada woman has been using Elmiron since 2012, and she was exposed to it continuously. Her personal injury case claims that after using the medicine for six years, her vision started to degrade.
You might have an Elmiron case if you or a loved one took Elmiron and experienced eye problems or vision problems as a result.
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