Testosterone Gel is one of several types of testosterone drugs used to treat people with hypogonadism. Hypogonadism is an abnormally low level of testosterone caused not by the natural decline that happens with age or by other medical conditions.
Testicular disorders, pituitary gland, or hypothalamus are typically the clinical conditions that cause hypogonadism. Low testosterone levels in men can lead to traits disease like energy and sexual drive.
Use your doctor's advice for testosterone gel use. Read all the information you have been given, do everything according to the instructions.
Never take a gel mouthly. Only on your skin instead. Wash hands before and after use. Before you put on your clothes, make sure the application site is completely dry so it does not transfer to your clothes.
Testosterone gel may cause common side-effects include:
Reduced Sperm Count
Tell your doctor right away if you experience symptoms of severe side effects. Allergic testosterone therapy reactions can increase your risk of similar testosterone gel reactions. If you have trouble breathing or start swelling in any part of your body, seek medical assistance.