The role of propionate testosterone

- Sep 06, 2019-

Testosterone propionate is an androgen drug, clinically applicable to testosterone-free, cryptorchidism, male hypogonadism; gynecological diseases such as menorrhagia, uterine fibroids; senile osteoporosis and aplastic anemia . The effect is the same as testosterone and methyltestosterone, but the intramuscular injection time is longer, and it can be injected every 2 to 3 days. Clinically applicable to testosterone, cryptorchidism, male hypogonadism; gynecological diseases such as menorrhagia, uterine fibroids; senile osteoporosis and aplastic anemia. By stimulating the kidney to secrete erythropoietin, or directly stimulate the bone marrow.

Androgen replacement therapy for primary hyposensitivity; sexual organ dysplasia. Large doses can cause masculinization, edema, liver damage, jaundice, dizziness, etc. Those who have allergic reactions should stop taking the drug. Liver and kidney dysfunction, prostate cancer patients and pregnant women hanged. If the injection is crystallized, it can be dissolved by heating and then injected. Delayed development of puberty and dwarfism; various chronic wasting diseases.