Drug: testosterone topical solution

The most common side effects are application site reactions such as itching, blisters, and redness. Other side effects include:
  • headache,
  • diarrhea,
  • vomiting,
  • acne, enlarged breasts,
  • high blood pressure,
  • mood swings,
  • nervousness,
  • changes in libido,
  • increased serum prostate specific antigen (PSA) levels, and
  • increased volume of red blood cells.
Other important side effects include:
  • Reduced sperm production,
  • prolonged painful erection,
  • enlarged prostate,
  • depression, and
  • worsening of heart failure also occur.

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Yes

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2% (30 mg/1.5 ml actuation)

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Axiron should be stored at room temperature 15 C to 30 C (59 F to 86 F)

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The recommended dose is 30 to 120 mg daily once every morning at approximately the same time. The starting dose is 30 mg (1 pump actuation) applied to each armpit (60 mg total). The total daily dose may be decreased to 30 mg or increased to 90 mg (3 pump actuations) or from 90 to 120 mg (4 pump actuations) based on blood testosterone levels. Hands should be washed thoroughly with soap and water after applying Axiron.

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Axiron should not be used during pregnancy because testosterone is harmful to the fetus.

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Axiron should not be used by nursing mothers because of the possibility of adverse effects in the nursing infant. Medically reviewed by Eni Williams, PharmDREFERENCE: FDA Prescribing Information.

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