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(Methyltestosterone)

  • Pill
  • Low testosterone
  • Delayed puberty
  • Metastatic breast cancer
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Android
(Methyltestosterone)

Fortesta
(Testosterone Gel)

Depo-Testosterone
(Testosterone Cypionate Injection)

Striant
(Testosterone Tablet)

Aveed
(Testosterone Undecanoate Injection)

Androderm
(Testosterone Patch)

Testim
(Testosterone Gel)

Androgel
(Testosterone Gel)

Testopel
(Testosterone Implant)

Delatestryl
(Testosterone Enanthate Injection)

Androxy
(Fluoxymesterone)

Axiron
(Testosterone Topical Solution)

Treats low testosterone. Android (Methyltestosterone) is an oral form of testosterone that's easy to take but not available as a generic yet.Treats low testosterone. This testosterone gel is a convenient topical form of hormone replacement that's less likely to rub off on other people you come into contact with, but it's not available as a generic yet.Treats low testosterone. This testosterone injection only has to be given once or twice a month and you can do it at home, but someone has to help you inject.Treats low testosterone. Hormones in the testosterone tablet can't be transferred to other people by skin-to-skin contact, but it can interfere with how food tastes and with teethbrushing and flossing.Treats low testosterone. This testosterone injection is a first-choice treatment, but you have to get it in your doctor's office each time.Treats low testosterone. The testosterone patch is a topical form of hormone replacement that doesn't affect people you come in contact with, but it can cause skin irritation so you have to rotate its position every night.Treats low testosterone. This testosterone gel comes in convenient daily doses, but you have to be careful about skin-to-skin contact with other people.Treats low testosterone. This testosterone gel is a convenient topical form of hormone replacement, but you have to be careful about it rubbing off on other people. Also it can be cheaper than alternatives.Treats low testosterone. The testosterone implant is a good option for long-term testosterone therapy, but it can be expensive, and it's really important that you get the right dose so your doctor doesn't have to remove pellets.Treats low testosterone. This testosterone injection only has to be given once or twice a month and you can do it at home, but someone has to help you inject.Treats low testosterone. While Androxy (Fluoxymesterone) is available for treating low testosterone, other treatments are better first choices.Treats low testosterone. This testosterone topical solution is a convenient topical form of hormone replacement that's less likely to rub off on other people you come into contact with, but it's not available as a generic yet.
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Reviews for Depo-Testosterone (Testosterone Cypionate Injection)
48%
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+31% vs. Android (Methyltestosterone)
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17% vs. Android (Methyltestosterone)

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Reviews for Aveed (Testosterone Undecanoate Injection)
42%
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22%
+22% vs. Android (Methyltestosterone)
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Reviews for Delatestryl (Testosterone Enanthate Injection)
42%
+42% vs. Android (Methyltestosterone)
21%
+21% vs. Android (Methyltestosterone)
27%
27% vs. Android (Methyltestosterone)
Reviews for Androxy (Fluoxymesterone)
47%
+47% vs. Android (Methyltestosterone)
23%
+23% vs. Android (Methyltestosterone)
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27% vs. Android (Methyltestosterone)

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Side effects
MethyltestosteroneFortestaDepo-TestosteroneStriantAveedAndrodermTestimAndrogelTestopelDelatestrylFluoxymesteroneAxiron

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  • Application site reactions 1%
  • Increase in hemoglobin (≥ 19 g/dl) 1%
  • Increase in hematocrit (≥ 58%) 1%
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How it works
MethyltestosteroneFortestaDepo-TestosteroneStriantAveedAndrodermTestimAndrogelTestopelDelatestrylFluoxymesteroneAxiron
Android (Methyltestosterone) works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on. Also, it can slow the spread of certain kinds of breast cancer.Testosterone gel works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on.The testosterone injection works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on.The testosterone tablet works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on.The testosterone injection works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on.The testosterone patch works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on.Testosterone gel works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on.Testosterone gel works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on.The testosterone implant works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on.The testosterone injection works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on. Also, it can slow the spread of certain kinds of breast cancer.Androxy (Fluoxymesterone) works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on. Also, it can slow the spread of certain kinds of breast cancer.Testosterone topical solution works by adding or replacing the hormone testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for causing and maintaining many of the changes in male bodies from puberty on.
Type of medication
MethyltestosteroneFortestaDepo-TestosteroneStriantAveedAndrodermTestimAndrogelTestopelDelatestrylFluoxymesteroneAxiron
Hormone replacement
Testosterone
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Hormone replacement
Testosterone
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Testosterone
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Hormone replacement
Testosterone
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Testosterone
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Available as
MethyltestosteroneFortestaDepo-TestosteroneStriantAveedAndrodermTestimAndrogelTestopelDelatestrylFluoxymesteroneAxiron
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  • Cream, gel, or ointment
  • Injection
  • Buccal tablet
  • Injection
  • Patch
  • Cream, gel, or ointment
  • Cream, gel, or ointment
  • Implant pellet
  • Injection
  • Pill
  • Topical
Used for (click to learn more)
MethyltestosteroneFortestaDepo-TestosteroneStriantAveedAndrodermTestimAndrogelTestopelDelatestrylFluoxymesteroneAxiron
  • Low testosterone
  • Low testosterone
  • Low testosterone
  • Low testosterone
  • Low testosterone
  • Low testosterone
  • Low testosterone
  • Low testosterone
  • Low testosterone
  • Low testosterone
  • Low testosterone
  • Low testosterone
Risk factors for serious side effects
MethyltestosteroneFortestaDepo-TestosteroneStriantAveedAndrodermTestimAndrogelTestopelDelatestrylFluoxymesteroneAxiron
  • Male
  • Male
  • Enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hypertrophy)
  • Taking high doses of Android (Methyltestosterone)
  • Heart, liver or kidney disease
  • Female
  • Breast cancer
  • Inability to move
      • Diabetes
      • On blood thinners
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        Pregnancy category
        MethyltestosteroneFortestaDepo-TestosteroneStriantAveedAndrodermTestimAndrogelTestopelDelatestrylFluoxymesteroneAxiron
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        XFDA pregnancy category (Unsafe)

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        XFDA pregnancy category (Unsafe)

        Research studies with real people or animals found harmful effects on unborn babies. If you’re pregnant, the risks to your unborn baby outweigh the benefits.

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        XFDA pregnancy category (Unsafe)

        Research studies with real people or animals found harmful effects on unborn babies. If you’re pregnant, the risks to your unborn baby outweigh the benefits.

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        Food
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        • Can change the way food tastes.
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        Kidneys and liver
        • There have been reports of people on Android (Methyltestosterone) who have developed high levels of calcium in the blood, which can be bad for the kidneys. This has happened if you have breast cancer or if you are unable to move around. If you notice a metallic taste in your mouth, muscle or joint pain or a bad headache, talk to your doctor, since they may have to stop the medication.
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        Sex
        • Can cause increased acne and changes in sex drive.
        • If you're a man taking Android (Methyltestosterone), you can see changes in your sex drive, including overstimulation and prolonged frequent erections. Talk to your doctor if this happens, since they might have to change the dose.
        No specific sex-related info.
        • Can cause increased acne and changes in sex drive.
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        • Can cause increased acne and changes in sex drive.
        • The testosterone patch doesn't have to be removed when you're having sex or if you're showering or bathing.
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        • Can cause increased acne and changes in sex drive.
        • Can cause increased acne and changes in sex drive.
        • Can cause increased acne and changes in sex drive.
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        Weight
        • If you're taking Android (Methyltestosterone), and you notice swelling in your legs, or a sudden increase in your weight, talk to your doctor. This can be a serious side effect involving your heart.
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        Upsides and benefits
        MethyltestosteroneFortestaDepo-TestosteroneStriantAveedAndrodermTestimAndrogelTestopelDelatestrylFluoxymesteroneAxiron
        • A first-choice treatment for men with low testosterone.
        • Oral form of testosterone that some people prefer over injections and topical gels and patches.
        • You apply it to your thighs like a lotion.
        • Putting testosterone gel on your thights makes it less likely you'll transfer the medication to other people around you, compared to some other kinds of topical testosterone.
        • A first-choice treatment for low testosterone in men and delayed puberty in boys.
        • Available in generic.
        • Only has to be given once every 2 to 4 weeks.
        • The shot can be done at home.
        • Unlike topical forms of testosterone like gels or solutions, you can't transfer this medication to another person accidentally by skin-to-skin contact.
        • If you use it correctly, it won't come off of your gums during eating or drinking.
        • A first-choice treatment for low testosterone in men.
        • The first two shots are spaced out by a month, then each shot after that is given every 10 weeks.
        • Your doctor will give you the shot.
        • The testosterone patch doesn't have to be removed when you're having sex or if you're showering or bathing.
        • The testosterone patch prevents other people around you from coming in contact with testosterone, unlike other topical forms such as gels.
        • The testosterone patch only has to be placed once each night.
        • You apply it to your shoulders and upper arms like a lotion, so it's easy to use.
        • Available in individual daily doses, so it's more convenient than some alternatives.
        • You put it on like a lotion, so it's very easy to apply.
        • Available in generic, so it's cheaper than some alternatives.
        • Your doctor will give this shot to you every 3 months, so you don't have to worry about administering it yourself like some testosterone injections.
        • Unlike topical forms of testosterone, you don't have to worry about accidentally transferring this medication to another person's skin.
        • A first-choice treatment for low testosterone in men and delayed puberty in boys.
        • Available in generic.
        • Only has to be given once every 2 to 4 weeks.
        • The shot can be done at home.
        • Available as an oral tablet.
        • You're less likely with this formulation to transfer testosterone topical solution to another person since this is applied to the armpits -- unlike some other forms of topical testosterone.
        • You can use your regular deodorant or antiperspirant, but just make sure to apply that first before using testosterone topical solution.
        Downsides and risks
        MethyltestosteroneFortestaDepo-TestosteroneStriantAveedAndrodermTestimAndrogelTestopelDelatestrylFluoxymesteroneAxiron
        • Not available as generic, so it can be expensive.
        • Not a first-choice treatment for breast cancers that respond to testosterone.
        • Not available in generic form, so it can be more expensive.
        • You have to wait at least 2 hours after applying testosterone gel before you can swim or bathe, otherwise your body won't absorb the full amount of the medication.
        • Only available as a shot.
        • Has to be given by someone else since it has to be injected into your buttocks.
        • Not available in generic form, so it can be more expensive..
        • Can change the way food tastes.
        • You have to be good about brushing and flossing your teeth, otherwise it can be more likely to fall off.
        • Can cause gum irritation, pain, swelling, and tenderness.
        • Your doctor has to give you this shot. You can't do it at home.
        • Your doctor has to watch you for 30 minutes after your shot to make sure you don't have problems breathing or get a severe allergic reaction.
        • Your doctor has to file paperwork each time you get the shot because of the risks involved.
        • Not available as a generic, so it can be expensive.
        • Not available in generic.
        • You have to be careful to rotate the testosterone patch to a different part of your body each night.
        • Can cause skin irritation.
        • Has to be removed before you have an MRI.
        • The patch can become loose if you do heavy exercise or sweat a lot.
        • You have to let the skin dry after you've put on testosterone gel, and you have to wear clothes over the area to prevent the medication from spreading onto other people.
        • Not available in generic form, so it can be more expensive.
        • You have to wait at least 2 hours after applying testosterone gel before you can swim or bathe, otherwise your body won't absorb the full amount of the medication.
        • You have to make sure that you cover the area where you place testosterone gel after it's dry, otherwise it can rub off on people.
        • You have to wait at least 2 hours before you shower or swim after putting on Testosterone gel, otherwise your body won't absorb the entire amount.
        • Your doctor has to calculate your dose for 3 months. If it ends up being too much, the doctor might have to remove some of the implant pellets.
        • The pellets can come out, although this is extremely rare.
        • Not available in generic form, so it can be more expensive.
        • Only available as a shot.
        • Has to be given by someone else since it has to be injected into your buttocks.
        • Not a first-choice treatment for breast cancers that respond to testosterone.
        • Not considered a first-choice treatment for low testosterone, and not recommended for treating breast cancers that respond to testosterone.
        • Available only as brand name, so it can be expensive.
        • Only available as brand name.
        • You have to wait at least 2 hours after applying testosterone topical solution before you can swim or bathe, otherwise your body won't absorb the entire amount.
        Tips from our pharmacists for people taking the medication
        MethyltestosteroneFortestaDepo-TestosteroneStriantAveedAndrodermTestimAndrogelTestopelDelatestrylFluoxymesteroneAxiron
        • Can cause nausea, vomiting, and headache.
        • Don't double up if you miss a dose.
        • Keep this medication locked up and away from children since it's a controlled substance.
        • Prime testosterone gel first by pumping 8 times before you use a new bottle.
        • Wash your hands with soap and water, and cover the area with clothing as soon as the gel is dry so you don't spread it to other people.
        • Don't use testosterone gel anywhere besides your front and inner thighs.
        • Don't swim or bathe for at least 2 hours after you apply testosterone gel.
        • If you think you'll have skin-to-skin contact at the area where you've placed testosterone gel, wash that area with soap and water then dry.
        • Your doctor will show you how to inject this correctly.
        • Can cause nausea, vomiting and headache.
        • Keep this medication locked up and away from children since it's a controlled substance.
        • Place the rounded side of the testosterone tablet on gums right above your incisor (canine) tooth, close your mouth, then hold the tablet against the gums by placing your finger over your lip where the tablet is placed for 30 seconds. Switch sides for each new tablet you use.
        • Make sure that the tablet is still there after you're done eating or drinking.
        • If the tablet falls off your gum within 8 hours of putting it on, you can put a new tablet on for a total of 12 hours, then put on a new one at the regularly scheduled time.
        • Do your brushing and flossing and other mouth care before you put the testosterone tablet on your gums.
        • This medication is only available through a special screening program because of the side effects.
        • Your doctor will watch you for 30 minutes after each injection to make sure you don't have problems breathing or get an allergic reaction.
        • Can cause nausea, vomiting and headache.
        • Place the testosterone patch on a clean, dry area of your skin each night. Don't put it on your scrotum or a bony part of your body.
        • Change the area where you place the testosterone patch every night, and wait at least 7 days before you put in on the same site again.
        • Make sure the patch is attached to your skin, especially along the edges. If it loosens, smooth the edges and then the center of the patch with your finger to make sure it's attached completely.
        • If the patch falls off before noon, apply another patch. If it falls off after that, don't apply another patch until your regular time at night. Don't use tape to keep the patch attached.
        • Don't bathe or swim for at least 3 hours after you put a new patch on. Also, heavy exercise or lots of sweating can make your patch fall off.
        • Use the entire contents of one tube each day and apply to your shoulders and upper arms. Don't put it anywhere else.
        • Cover the area with clothing as soon as it's dry so you don't spread it to other people, and wash your hands with soap and water.
        • Don't swim or bathe for at least 2 hours after you apply testosterone gel.
        • If you think you'll have skin-to-skin contact at the area where you've placed testosterone gel, wash that area with soap and water then dry.
        • How to put it on: Don't put testosterone gel anywhere else except where you're taught by the doctor or pharmacist, usually the shoulders and upper arms. Don't put it around your genitals. Wash your hands with soap and water and dry them afterward. Cover the area with clothing as soon as it's dry so you don't spread it to other people.
        • Don't bathe or swim for at least 2 hours after you've put on testosterone gel so that it has time to absorb.
        • If you think you'll have skin-to-skin contact with someone else at the area where you've placed testosterone gel, wash that area with soap and water and dry. If someone else touches the area before you've washed it off, have them wash their skin with soap and water as soon as they can.
        • Your doctor will give this you as a shot underneath your skin every 3 months.
        • Can cause nausea, vomiting and headache.
        • Your doctor will show you how to inject this correctly.
        • Can cause nausea, vomiting and headache.
        • Keep this medication locked up and away from children since it's a controlled substance.
        • Can cause nausea, vomiting, and headache.
        • Don't double up if you miss a dose.
        • Keep this medication locked up and away from children since it's a controlled substance.
        • Prime testosterone topical solution first by pumping 3 times before you use a new bottle.
        • If you use deodorant or antiperspirant, apply that first before using testosterone topical solution.
        • Don't swim or bathe for at least 2 hours after you put on testosterone topical solution so that it has time to absorb.
        • Cover the area with clothing as soon as it's dry so you don't spread it to other people.
        • If you think you'll have skin-to-skin contact at the area where you've placed testosterone topical solution, wash that area with soap and water then dry.
        • Don't use testosterone topical solution anywhere besides your armpits.
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