Drug recalls are often very serious matters. Pharmaceutical companies won't issue these recalls based on a simple assumption that something might go wrong. Instead, they are usually issued when there is complete certainty that there is a problem with the drug.
For the patients who suffer injuries because of issues with prescription drugs, the pain and suffering are often considerable. Truthfully, there isn't any reason why you should have to deal with this type of damage when the cause was a defective or recalled drug.
Patients who ingest defective or recalled drugs often need more medical care to counteract the issues with the drugs. This can mean having to take more drugs or staying in the hospital. It can mean that you have to go to more medical appointments than you were prepared for.
Ultimately, defective drugs can ruin your life. You might have to miss work to go to all of these appointments. This can have a negative impact on your finances. It can also have an impact on your family life because they might feel the impact of you being stressed.
We know that you didn't take a drug in the hopes that you would suffer more harm. When this does happen, you can choose to seek compensation from the drug manufacturer or the doctor who prescribed it. Other parties might also be held liable, so make sure that you explore all of the options that you have. This is one way that you might be able to minimize the monetary effects that you are having to deal with.