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Testosterone undecanoate 250mg
Testosterone undecanoate drug is used to treat men who do not produce enough testosterone on their own. The androgen family of medicines includes testosterone. In males, testosterone plays a role in the development and maintenance of masculine traits including body hair and a deep voice. It is also required for natural sexual ability and desire, as well as muscle preservation and bone preservation. Testosterone may be used to induce puberty in adolescent boys who have not yet reached the age of puberty. Women should avoid using this product.
Testosterone Undecanoate Solution: How to Use It
As instructed by your doctor, this drug is injected into the buttock muscle. It is normally given 4 weeks after the initial dosage, then every 10 weeks after that. The dosage is determined by your medical condition, testosterone levels in your blood, and treatment response.
To receive the best benefit from this drug, take it on a daily basis. Use a calendar to indicate the days you’ll be getting an injection to help you remember.
Misuse or misuse of testosterone can result in significant adverse effects such as heart illness (including heart attack), stroke, liver disease, mental/mood issues, aberrant drug-seeking behavior, and abnormal bone development (in adolescents). Do not raise your dosage or use this medication more frequently or for longer than recommended. When testosterone is overused or abused, you may have withdrawal symptoms (such as sadness, irritability, and exhaustion) if you stop taking it suddenly. These symptoms might persist anywhere from a few weeks to several months. If your illness does not improve or worsen, contact your doctor.
- Skin Color Changes
- Increase or Decrease in Sexual Desires
- Hair Loss
- Soreness at Injection Site.
If any of these adverse effects persist or worsen, contact your doctor or pharmacist immediately away.
Keep in mind that your doctor prescribed this medication because the benefit to you outweighs the risk of side effects. The majority of people do not have significant side effects while using this medicine at recommended doses.
If you are allergic to testosterone or have any other allergies, notify your doctor or pharmacist before taking it. Inactive components in this product (such as benzyl benzoate and refined castor oil) may cause allergic reactions or other complications. For further information, speak with your pharmacist.
Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you have ever had cancer (especially prostate or breast cancer), prostate problems (such as enlarged prostate), heart problems (such as heart failure, previous heart attack), stroke, kidney problems, liver problems, high cholesterol, difficulty breathing while sleeping (sleep apnea), or blood clots before taking this medication (such as in the leg, lungs).