Bladder Cancer Symptoms
Many people who have Type 2 diabetes were diagnosed with bladder cancer after taking the prescription drug Actos to treat their diabetes. Although Actos was marketed as a safer alternative to the diabetes medication Avandia, a 2010 study found a link between the drug and an increased risk of developing bladder cancer. Detecting bladder cancer early can be key in both treating the disease and battling for financial compensation to help pay for your associated losses.
If you or someone you know took Actos to treat Type 2 diabetes and developed bladder cancer as a result, you may be entitled to financial compensation to help pay for your medical bills and other losses you suffered. Contact the experienced Actos lawsuit attorneys of Williams Kherkher today by calling 800-641-9810.
Common Symptoms of Bladder Cancer
Early detection gives patients a much better chance of surviving their cancer, so it is important for anyone who took Actos to be aware of some of the most common signs of bladder cancer. If you have taken Actos and notice the following symptoms, you should seek medical attention as quickly as possible:
- Blood in urine
- Difficult urination
- Painful urination
- Excessive fatigue
- Abdominal pain
- Inability to urinate
These are very common symptoms of bladder cancer, and should be addressed as soon as possible. Early stages of bladder cancer are relatively easy to treat, so it is important to seek medical help as soon as you exhibit symptoms.
If you took Actos to treat Type 2 diabetes and now you have bladder cancer, contact the experienced Actos attorneys of Williams Kherkher today at 800-641-9810 to discuss how we can help you seek financial compensation.