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Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder/Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit

If you or someone you know use Johnson & Johnson talcum powder regularly, there is an increased chance of developing ovarian cancer.

Talcum powder is a frequently used feminine hygiene product. Unfortunately, recent studies and lawsuits show that those who use these products are at risk of developing ovarian cancer.

Prolonged talcum powder use can lead to:

  • Changes in your menstrual cycle
  • Irregular bowel movements
  • Constipation
  • Fatigue/low energy
  • Changes in appetite
  • Lower back and pelvic pressure

FIND OUT IF YOU HAVE A CASE


Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder/Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit

If you or someone you know use Johnson & Johnson talcum powder regularly, there is an increased chance of developing ovarian cancer.

Talcum powder is a frequently used feminine hygiene product. Unfortunately, recent studies and lawsuits show that those who use these products are at risk of developing ovarian cancer.

Prolonged talcum powder use can lead to:

  • Changes in your menstrual cycle
  • Irregular bowel movements
  • Constipation
  • Fatigue/low energy
  • Changes in appetite
  • Lower back and pelvic pressure

FIND OUT IF YOU HAVE A CASE


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Talcum powder comes from rock deposits that can be found around the world. It is characterized by its softness, and in fact, is the softest mineral on earth. Talcum powder absorbs moisture and keeps skin dry. While talcum powder seems harmless, a 2016 study from the Epidemiology Journal found additional risks with talcum powder use. While it is already proven that natural talcum containing asbestos increases an individual’s chances of lung cancer, asbestos-free talc applied to women’s genital areas can increase the chances of developing ovarian cancer by 33 percent.