Elmiron Eye Injury
Have You Taken the Medication Elmiron and Now Suffer with Vision Problems? You are Not Alone!
Elmiron, a drug developed by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, is a commonly prescribed blood thinner. This medication is used treat osteoarthritis and interstitial cystitis.
Elmiron has been shown to cause a very serious eye condition called retinal maculopathy.
Retinal maculopathy causes the pigment cells in the retina of the eye to change color. As such, significant vision loss can occur. This condition is similar to another eye condition called macular degeneration.
Sadly, Elmiron can cause vision issues even after a person discontinues taking the drug!
What are the Symptoms of Retinal Maculopathy? You May Experience Some or All of the Following Symptoms:
- Eye Pain
- Blurred Vision
- Difficulty Seeing in Dim Light
- Reading Difficulty
- Colors Appear Differently
- Dark Spots in the Center of Your Vision
Have You Been Diagnosed with Retinal Maculopathy, Retinal Pigmentary Endothelium or Macular Degeneration?
If you have been diagnosed with a vision damage or a related condition after taking Elmiron, you may be eligible for monetary compensation and I can help you! Call me today!
Your vision issues may not be the result of aging, especially if you took/taking the medication Elmiron (pentosan polysulfate sodium). Call me free of charge to discuss your claim.
Always remember there will be no out of pocket cost to you! I have the experience and financial resources to fight the big pharmaceutical companies and I’ll Make Them Pay!®
Call 800.556.4769 for help today!