You should consult with a lawyer in your area who handles medical malpractice cases to determine whether or not you have a case.
Do you have permanent damage? Get a second opinion. Best of luck.
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A medical doctor would have to review your records to make a determination whether or not there was an issue of malpractice in regard to the prescription that was prescribed to you. Yu may also want to look into the issue of did the pharmacy give you the right medicine and dosage as prescribed by the doctor..
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You would have to retain an attorney to review your medical records to determine whether you have a viable case. If the symptoms you are suffering are related to the black box warnings on the medication, then you must have seen those warnings when you received the medication. If you knew the risks of the medication, and made an informed decision to take the medication, your case is weak.
This response is only for general consideration, is not confidential, and does not form an attorney-client relationship. Various statutes of limitations likely apply to your case. You are encouraged to contact an attorney promptly to review your case and advise you on any applicable statutes of limitations so that your potential claims are not time-barred.
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