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Androgel®/Testomax®/Testim® (testosterone gel for low T) is used for hormone replacement therapy in men with low levels or an absence of the hormone testosterone (officially termed hypogonadism but commonly termed low T). The hormone is applied to the upper chest area every morning.

Androgel®/Testomax®/Testiim® should not be used by women and children.

The most common side effects of Androgel are headache, high blood pressure, acne, abnormal lab tests (for example, glucose and cholesterol tests), application site reactions (for example, itching, blisters, and redness), enlarged prostate, and increased serum prostate specific antigen (PSA) levels.

In patients with diabetes, especially those taking insulin, testosterone may decrease your blood sugar. Be prepared to treat low blood sugar while you are using this medication. Symptoms of low blood sugar include shakiness, nervousness, rapid pulse, and sweating.

According to the National Institutes of Health, the most common general side effects of using AndroGel are acne, application site reactions and prostatic disorders. Certain lab tests may be affected by AndroGel use; inform the lab and the physician ordering the lab work if you are taking AndroGel.

It may take up to three months for AndroGel to reach its therapeutic effect; therefore, long-term use is required and side effects may not present until the therapeutic response is reached. Sensitivity reactions to AndroGel may be mild with local application site irritation, or reactions may be severe to include anaphylaxis. AndroGel may cause excitation and insomnia in some patients, as well as an increased libido.

Patients may experience sodium and water retention, which causes swelling and weight gain. Because of these side effects, patients taking AndroGel should weigh themselves daily. AndroGel can affect serum calcium levels, cholesterol levels and liver function tests resulting in elevated values; routine lab work is recommended to monitor for these adverse effects. Long-term use of AndroGel may lower a patient’s white blood cell (WBC) count; this side effect places a patient at greater risk for infection; routine lab work should be conducted to monitor WBC levels.

Androgel is a testosterone replacement product used for men 18 years old or older with a deficiency or absence of testosterone due to primary hypogonadism or hypogonadotropic hypogonadism.

  • What does AndroGel do?

    Androgel (testosterone) is a medication that supplies the naturally occurring hormone testosterone. It is mainly prescribed to treat male hypogonadism (low testosterone) and gender dysphoria (in people whose self-identity differs from their assigned gender or sex-related physical characteristics.) It can also be prescribed for male and female patients with metastatic breast cancer who no longer respond to steroid hormone treatment.
  • How quickly does AndroGel work?

    When testosterone is prescribed for hypogonadism, it can usually start to show its effects on the sexual drive after three weeks, and reach maximum benefits after six weeks, after which no further increments are typically felt. Changes in erections can take up to six months.
  • Can you just stop taking AndroGel?

    Treating hypogonadism with AndroGel requires ongoing gel application daily, as prescribed. If testosterone therapy is stopped, levels may fall back to previous levels in just two to three days.
  • How long should I keep AndroGel on?

    According to the AndroGel product leaflet, for the best effect, the testosterone gel should be rubbed onto clean and dry areas of the shoulders and upper arms where there is no broken skin – applied to the areas that are usually covered by a short-sleeve T-shirt or vest. It should not be applied to other body parts, such as the abdomen, penis, scrotum, chest, armpits or knees. It is advised to wait for at least five hours after application before showering or swimming.
  • How fast does AndroGel absorb?

    Most of the absorption of testosterone from AndroGel occurs during the first four hours after application. It is important to avoid any behavior during that time that could decrease absorption.


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