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Testosterone propionate is important for both men and women

        Testosterone propionate is impoatant for both men and women

Overview of testosterone propionate

Testosterone propionate is a common drug in daily life, testosterone propionate, also known as testosterone propionate, belongs to androgen drugs, mainly used to treat abnormal development of the male reproductive system and some gynecological diseases. Because androgens are beneficial to the growth and development of the male reproductive system and the development and maintenance of secondary sexual characteristics, the lack of androgens may lead to low sexual function, so testosterone propionate is mainly used to treat secondary or primary testosterone deficiency in men. Testosterone propionate will have an effect on estrogen in women, and the use of testosterone propionate in large doses can fight estrogen, inhibit endometrial hyperplasia, and inhibit the function of the pituitary gland and ovaries, so testosterone propionate can be used for estrogen-related malignant tumors, such as breast cancer. In addition, testosterone endosine can also promote protein synthesis and promote bone formation.


Testosterone propionate function

The effect is the same as testosterone and methyltestosterone, but the intramuscular injection time is longer, and it can be injected once every 2~3 days. Clinically suitable for anorchimis, cryptorchidism, male hypogonadism; Gynecological diseases such as menorrhagia, uterine fibroids, senile osteoporosis and aplastic anemia. By stimulating the kidneys to secrete erythropoietin effect, or has a direct stimulating effect on the bone marrow. Androgen replacement therapy for primary testicular hypofunction; Treatment of dysplasia of the sexual organs.


Testosterone propionate dose

Intramuscular injection: usually 25mg once a week, 2~3 times a week. Androgen deficiency: intramuscular injection of 10~50mg, 2~3 times a week. Menorrhagia or uterine fibroids: 25~50mg intramuscularly each time, 2 times a week. Functional uterine bleeding, with progesterone: 25~50mg intramuscularly each time, once every other day, a total of 3~4 times. Aplastic anemia: 100 mg intramuscularly once a day or every other day for more than 6 months. Senile osteoporosis: 25mg intramuscularly each time, 2~3 times a week, for 3~6 months.

Female breast cancer and breast cancer bone metastasis: 50~100mg intramuscularly each time, once every other day, 2~3 months.


Testosterone propionate precautions

17-A alkyl-substituted testosterone is toxic to the liver and can cause jaundice. Long-term use in female patients may cause masculinizing manifestations such as acne, hirsutism, thickening of voice, and changes in libido. When liver dysfunction and manifestations of virilization in women are found, the drug should be discontinued immediately. Large doses can cause virilization, edema, liver damage, jaundice, dizziness, etc. in women.

Those who have an allergic reaction should stop the drug immediately. Patients with liver and kidney insufficiency, prostate cancer and pregnant women are contraindicated. If the injection solution is crystallized and precipitated, it can be heated and dissolved and injected. Pregnant and lactating women and prostate cancer patients are banned: liver function should be checked regularly during medication, and if there is liver damage, the drug should be reduced or stopped; Prepubertal children should reduce the dose and measure bone age every 6 months.

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