Striant is low testosterone (low-T) drug manufactured by Auxilium that is applied to the gums to increase testosterone levels in men older than 18 who present with low to no testosterone. Striant is a United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved drug and is available with a prescription from a licensed physician.
As with other low-T drugs, there are numerous side effects, many of which are relatively mild. Auxilium reports contraindications as well as warnings for adverse reactions and potential complications on its packaging and website information.
Also, recent studies suggest a higher risk for cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke for low-T drug users.
It is important for all men using Striant to be aware of the potential for serious health risks or death, both those listed on your prescription package inserts and those not listed. Speak with a Striant attorney in Dallas if you were harmed and need to file a claim.