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My husband has problem with osteoporosis due to hypogonadal male androgen deficiency. His doctor recommended him Sustanon. He used to take some medications before this one, and there were so many side effects. I am worry Sustanon will be a problem too. That’s why I would like to hear something about this medication and his side effects.

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Sustanon is male sex hormone that contains, in each milliliter of the oily solution four different esters of natural hormone testosterones. Those are testosterone propionate 30 mg, testosterone phenylpropionate 60mg, testosterone isocaproate 60mg and testosterone decanoate 100mg. That is an androgenic preparation for intramuscular administration. Beside disorder that your husband has, Sustanon is therapy also in hypopituitarism, eunuchoidism and after castration. Elderly and middle aged males with angina pectoris or other severe circulatory disease should receive androgen treatment only under very careful supervision. There are some adverse reactions associated with androgen therapy, such as priapism and other signs of excessive sexual stimulation. In prepubertal boys that is precocious sexual development, and increased frequency of erections and premature epiphyseal closure. Sometimes there is reported oligospermia and decreased ejaculatory volume. If androgen-associated adverse reactions occur, treatment should be interrupted and later resumed at a lower dosage.
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