Ozempic®, Wegovy®, and More Tied to Stomach Paralysis

Our firm is currently seeking cases against popular drugs Ozempic, Wegovy, Mounjaro, and more as part of a weight loss drugs lawsuit Memphis should know about before it’s too late.

Our award-winning, trusted personal injury attorneys believe these drugs may cause serious stomach disorders. Read on to learn more.

Weight Loss Drugs May Cause Severe Stomach Problems

In recent years, popular diabetes and weight loss drugs have risen to superstar status. All over the world, people are taking Ozempic, Wegovy, Mounjaro, and more to help curb their diabetes symptoms or lose weight quickly.

Novo Nordisk has made billions from the sale of Ozempic, Wegovy, and Rybelsus. Eli Lilly has done the same with Trulicity and Mounjaro.

However, these drugs can be extremely dangerous. They have the potential to stop the stomach‘s capacity to work. Essentially, these drugs can paralyze the stomach leading to a condition called gastroparesis.

Gastroparesis and Our Weight Loss Drug Lawsuit in Memphis

Gastroparesis means “stomach paralysis.” With this condition, the stomach can stop working entirely and cause severe health problems as a result.

We’re hearing some extreme reports from doctors and other lawyers, including:

Patients vomiting up whole, undigested food hours or even days after eating.
Food escaping into the lungs or impacting other parts of the body.
Children on these drugs showing up to the hospital severely malnourished as though starving.

Symptoms of stomach paralysis include:

  • Vomiting undigested food
  • Nausea
  • Abdominal pain and bloating
  • Feeling full after only eating a few bites
  • Acid reflux
  • Blood sugar changes
  • Weight loss and malnutrition

Anyone taking these drugs should seek medical attention if they have these symptoms. And if hospitalized, you may be entitled to compensation.

Darrell Castle downtown Memphis attorneyWhen to Contact Our Personal Injury Attorneys

We believe the companies responsible for these drugs may have withheld how dangerous they really are, all while collecting billions. This is a weight loss drugs lawsuit Memphis should know about before it’s too late.

We are actively seeking clients who:

  • Are 75 years old or younger
  • Have been prescribed these drugs by a doctor
  • Have been hospitalized as a result of their symptoms

If you or a loved one falls into these categories, we would like to speak with you immediately. You may be entitled to compensation to cover your losses, including medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.

Our award-winning personal injury attorneys fight for our clients with everything we have, and win. It’s how we’ve earned multiple awards for client satisfaction, a 5-star rating on Avvo, and an A+ from the Better Business Bureau.

Unlike some large firms, our team is small enough to give you personalized attention and big enough to have the resources to investigate your claim fully.

That means we always answer the phone, help you through any questions or concerns, keep you updated, and take your case extremely seriously.

And we don’t get paid anything, unless and until we win for you.

If you’ve been hospitalized by one of these popular weight loss drugs, don’t wait to get started. Contact us today or call us at 901-327-2100.


If you have any further questions about these drugs or our pending lawsuit, check out these FAQs about our weight loss drugs lawsuit.