Drug: testosterone undecanoate

Side effects of testosterone undecanoate are acne, injection site pain, increased prostate specific antigen (PSA), hypogonadism, increased estradiol, fatigue, insomnia, and aggression. Special Warning: Aveed may cause a serious lung problem called pulmonary oil microembolism (POME ) as well as a serious allergic reaction after receiving the injection. REFERENCE:

FDA Prescribing Information.

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Yes

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Injection: 250 mg/ml

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Testosterone undecanoate is stored between 15 C to 30 C (59 F to 86 F), in original cartons until use.

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Males over 18 years of age: The recommended dose of testosterone undecanoate is 750 mg (3 ml) intramuscularly; followed by 750 mg (3 ml) intramuscularly after 4 weeks, then 750 mg (3 ml) intramuscularly every 10 weeks thereafter. Safe and effective use of testosterone undecanoate is not determined for males under 18 years of age.

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Testosterone undecanoate is not recommended for pregnant women or in women who may become pregnant. Testosterone undecanoate causes fetal harm; therefore, it must be avoided.

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Although it is not known whether testosterone undecanoate enters breast milk, it is not recommended for nursing mothers due to high risks of infant harm and serious adverse events.

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