Plavix TTP Blood Disorder Side Effect
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One of the less common, but certainly very serious, Plavix side effects is the increased risk of TTP (thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura). TTP is a rare blood condition which can be fatal. The manufacturers of Plavix did not adequately and fully warn of this potential side effect which could occur after taking the blood thinner.
>>MORE INFORMATION: TTP Caused by Plavix (clopidogrel)
Over the past few months, Saiontz & Kirk has been investigating Plavix lawsuits for users who have suffered internal bleeding, ulcers, TTP, heart attacks, strokes or death. Although the number of people diagnosed with TTP after taking Plavix is small, there has been an established increased risk associated with the medication, even if it is only taken for a few weeks.
>>INFORMATION: Plavix Safety Information and Resources
Any individual who has taken Plavix (clopidogrel) and been diagnosed with TTP may be entitled to compensation. If you, a friend or family member may have a case, request a free Plavix TTP claim evaluation.