Prilosec Lawsuit Attorneys
Diagnosed with chronic kidney disease after taking Prilosec? Call to discover your options!
According to recent reports, Prilosec, a heartburn medication considered a proton pump inhibitor (PPI), has been linked to chronic kidney disease. The study shows that individuals who take Prilosec are at a 20-50% increased risk of sustaining long-term damage to their kidney as opposed to nonusers of PPIs.
Background notes on the study determined that in 2013, over 15 million individuals in America used a PPI such as Prilosec. As many as 70% of the prescriptions were allegedly handed out inappropriately. The heartburn medication had already been linked to short-term kidney problems, but now, new research shows a potential loss of the kidney’s blood filtering ability, which could lead to kidney failure.
Call us at (216) 600-0114 today to learn if you have a case!
The Symptoms of Kidney Disease
When a person develops kidney disease, the symptoms may vary based on the severity of the condition. Some individuals may show minor signs while others display more problematic issues that could require a kidney transplant.
Symptoms of kidney disease include, but are not limited to:
- Swelling in the legs, hands, face, feet, or ankles
- Change in urination and frequency, including bleeding
- Irritated skin
- Metallic taste in mouth
- Trouble breathing
- Cold feeling
- Vomiting and nausea
- Leg pain
- Weight gain
Did Prilosec cause kidney problems? Call us today!
Since 1946, the attorneys at Spangenberg Shibley & Liber have been dedicated to protecting individuals harmed by dangerous prescription drugs. We stand up for the rights of victims who develop serious kidney problems after Prilosec use.
If you or someone you love has developed chronic kidney disease after taking Prilosec, you may have a claim, so contact our law firm to learn your options.
Schedule your free consultation to discuss your case. Call (216) 600-0114 to learn more.