Charleston Ozempic Lawsuits

Lawsuits Filed by Charleston Users of Ozempic, Wegovy, Rybelsus, Trulicity, Mounjaro, and Zepbound

Attorneys from RPWB are initiating legal actions for Charleston residents who have experienced complications such as gastroparesis, ileus/intestinal blockage, deep vein thrombosis, blood clots, or pulmonary embolism due to the use of GLP-1RA medications. These drugs, commonly known as Ozempic, Wegovy, Rybelsus, Trulicity, Mounjaro, and Zepbound, are prescribed for diabetes management and weight loss purposes.

Ozempic and other drugs have been rising in popularity, so much so that there were drug shortages in 2023 because of the high demand. Even with the scarcity, these drugs are becoming more commonly used in Charleston, South Carolina. As the use of Ozempic, Mounjaro, and similar drugs rises in Charleston, undisclosed side effects have started to surface. Many users claim the drugs are causing severe gastrointestinal injuries, including gastroparesis or stomach paralysis. Gastroparesis can become a chronic medical condition where your stomach muscles and nerves are weakened, resulting in the need to manage your symptoms through medication and surgery.

Legal mandates dictate that pharmaceutical companies must transparently outline all potential side effects of their drugs. Yet, medications like Ozempic overlook the likelihood of gastroparesis, a prevalent adverse reaction. This absence of information unfairly misguides patients and doctors, leading to a misleading understanding of the medication’s risks.

If gastroparesis has affected you or a loved one after using weight loss drugs, we encourage you to contact us for a free and confidential case assessment. You may be eligible for significant compensation. Your action seeks justice for yourself and contributes to maintaining the honesty of pharmaceutical marketing to patients and healthcare providers.

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