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Low testosterone...how does it happen? In most men, testosterone production is automatic and effortless. Testosterone is produced by the testes in response to signals sent out by the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland (located at the base of the brain). However, in some men, the testes may be unable to fulfill the body's testosterone needs. This condition, called hypogonadism, can result from a variety of causes. Among the causes are chromosomal abnormalities, side effects from certain medications, pre-existing conditions such as diabetes, or injury to the testes.
Whatever the cause, low testosterone levels can result in an inability to achieve and/or maintain an erection, decreased sexual desire, fatigue, and depressed mood.
Androderm® is used to treat adult males who have low or no testosterone.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
You should not use Androderm® if you have breast cancer, known or suspected prostate cancer, or if you have pre-existing heart, kidney, or liver disease. You should also not use Androderm® if you are a pregnant or breastfeeding woman, as testosterone may cause fetal harm. If you have an enlarged prostate (BPH), you should be monitored for worsening signs and symptoms. Women and children should not be exposed to Androderm®. Taking testosterone may lead to a condition in which there are no sperm in the semen, and if you have risk factors, may cause sleep apnea (abnormal pauses in breathing). Your healthcare provider should monitor you for prostate specific antigen (PSA), liver function, lipids, and blood parameters. The most common adverse events in a study of 36 patients treated with Androderm® were skin irritation (itching at the application site), application site blisters, and back pain.
Androderm® is available only by prescription.
To report suspected adverse reactions, contact Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc. at 1-800-272-5525 or FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or www.fda.gov/medwatch.
Please see full Prescribing Information.
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