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When teenage Eddie Bible looked in the mirror, he didn’t see a boy. It was too difficult for him to look past the large breasts on his chest.

“I had bigger boobs than the girls in (high) school,” he said. “I thought, ‘Am I going to have to get a training bra?’ “
At 13 years old, Bible was suffering a side effect — not disclosed at the time — of medication he was taking for anxiety and bipolar disorder.
“They put me on this Risperdal. The doctors said, ‘Well, Risperdal was helping some.’ To me, it didn’t really help, because a year and a half later, I had gynecomastia.”
Gynecomastia is a condition that causes teen boys or men’s breast tissue to grow. Bible and thousands of others are preparing to sue Johnson & Johnson for damages, claiming the company did not disclose this possible side effect in a timely manner.

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