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Pharmaqo Test P 100mg x 10ml
Test Propionate 100mg (Testosterone propionate) is used in the treatment of male hypogonadism. Test P 100mg (Testosterone Propionate) is a natural male hormone that is similar to testosterone. It works by increasing testosterone levels in adult men who are testosterone deficient. A shortage of testosterone can result in impotence, infertility, decreased sex drive, fatigue, sad mood, and bone loss. It is only provided to men who have had medical issues in the past. It assists in the re-establishment of testosterone levels in men. Test P is injected directly into muscles under the supervision of a doctor. It is to be taken seriously as medical advice. The reason you’re taking it determines the dose and frequency with which you take it. Your doctor will determine how far you’ve progressed. This drug should be taken for the full period that it has been prescribed for you.
The most common side effects of this medicine include injection site reactions, weight gain, acne, and breast size enlargement. If these bother you or appear to be serious, tell your doctor. It is conceivable that they can be minimized or avoided. Shortness of breath, frequent or persistent erections and anxiety are just a few of the side effects that might make you stop taking this medication.
If you’ve ever had high blood pressure, a heart attack, or a stroke, notify your doctor before taking this medication. Any other drugs you are taking should also be disclosed to your doctor, since some of them may affect the efficacy or modify the way this medicine works. Your doctor may request regular blood tests to check testosterone and prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels.
Test P’s Negative Effects
The majority of side effects are minor and will go away as your body adjusts to the medication. If they don’t go away or you’re worried about them, see your doctor.
- Soreness at the injection site
- The prostate enlargement
- The synthesis of red blood cells surged.
- Breast enlargement
Test Propionate 300mg injections may only be given by a doctor or nurse. Testosterone Propionate dose will be determined by your doctor depending on your unique medical circumstances. Your doctor will also monitor your blood testosterone levels as well as your clinical symptoms before and after treatment. It’s also possible that you’ll be tested to check whether you have a pre-existing risk of prostate cancer. Your doctor may want to check your breast and prostate gland on a regular basis while you’re on this medicine.