Elmiron is a medication prescribed to treat pain and discomfort associated with the chronic bladder condition known as interstitial cystitis. While the drug has been prescribed for decades, new studies have tied long-term Elmiron use to possible retinal damage, vision loss, and blindness.
Thousands of Elmiron users could be at risk of developing maculopathy, a disease that can cause permanent vision damage. A lawsuit is being filed against the manufacturer on behalf of individuals who took Elmiron and were subsequently diagnosed with vision damage.
If you were prescribed Elmiron for at least two years and developed maculopathy symptoms, eye disorders, or other vision problems while taking the drug, you could qualify for an Elmiron lawsuit.
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