Testosterone C is used to treat hormone deficiency in men and other diseases caused by low testosterone levels: retaining sexual maturation; Eunuchoidism, undeveloped genitals; Impotence hormonal origin; Hypopituitarism; Symptoms of male climax (decreased libido and physical and intellectual activity); Post-castration syndrome (androgenic deficit after castrating); Osteoporosis caused by androgen insufficiency.
Testosterone C administration in women is used for the treatment of the following disorders: Hyperestrogenemia, functional hemorrhage; Uterine myoma; Endometriosis; The menopause (in combination with estrogen); Breast cancer; Osteoporosis.
It is not indicated to administrate testosterone if you are allergic to it, or if you have: prostate cancer; male breast cancer; a serious heart condition; severe liver disease; severe kidney disease; or if you are pregnant or intend to become pregnant.
Testosterone C is for intramuscular injection only. The dose is determined individually, according to aon the disease, gender, age, clinical efficacy.
The common dose for adults is 50-200 mg administered once in 2-4 weeks. It is not recommended to exceed 400 mg per month. The cure period is determined individually.
In hypogonadal patients, the recommended dosages are 50-400 mg every 2-4 weeks.
If you meet sexual maturation retention, the administered dose is 50-200 mg every 2-4 weeks for 4-6 months.
Women that have inoperable breast cancer have a dose of 200-400 mg every 2-4 weeks.
The drug is not administered intravenously!
Testosterone is a naturally produced sex hormone in a man’s testicles. Few amounts of testosterone are also produced in a woman’s ovaries and adrenal system. Testosterone C cure is used in men and boys to treat disorders caused by small amounts of this hormone, such as delayed puberty, impotence, or other hormonal disorders. The androgen hormone has a half-life time associated with 15 to 16 days. As it lasts in the body a long time, it may cause more water retention as compared to additional anabolic drugs.
Administrate Testosterone C with caution and tell your doctor if you have: diabetes;enlarged prostate;a history of heart disease or coronary artery disease; high cholesterol or triglycerides (a type of fat in the blood); breast cancer (in men, or in women who have hypercalcemia); liver or kidney disease; if you are bedridden or otherwise debilitated; or if you take a blood thinner (warfarin, Coumadin, Jantoven).
• Priapism and other symptoms of sexual hyperstimulation (frequent erection);
• Prepubertal age teenagers – accelerate sexual development, increased frequency of erections, increased sexual organ size, premature closure of the epiphyseal
• impaired spermatogenesis and sperm maturation disorder, oligospermia and reduced volume of ejaculate;
• Abnormalities of the prostate;
• Women – bleeding from the genital tracts, increased libido, prolonged administration of virilization symptoms are possible;
• Hirsutism, gynecomastia;
• Seborrhea, acne, oily skin, hair;
• Sodium and water retention, edema;
• Symptoms of hypercalcemia;
• Nausea, cholestatic jaundice, increased liver transaminase levels (normalized to discontinuation);
• A headache, depression, aggression, anxiety, sleep disorders, numbness.
A possible pain, itching and redness at the injection site.
If overdose situations happen, please call for emergency help.