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Xyosted Injection

Generic name: testosterone injection [tes-TOS-ter-one]
The brand name: is Xyosted.
Classification of drugs: androgens and anabolic steroids

What is Xyosted?

Xyosted injection comes as a single-dose syringe used to inject an autoinjector that contains testosterone. Testosterone is a naturally occurring testosterone-like hormone that is created in males' testicles.The prescription medicine Xyosted can be used to replace hormone therapy for adult males with low or no testosterone due to medical ailments.Xyosted does not improve the performance of athletes and shouldn't be used to enhance athletic performance.It is not clear whether Xyosted is beneficial or safe for youngsters younger than 18 years old. young. Incorrect use of testosterone can impact bone growth in children.


You shouldn't be treated with Xyosted if you suffer from prostate cancer, menstrual cancer, an extremely heart disease, kidney disease, or liver damage, as well as an allergic reaction to the castor and sesame oils.Xyosted is not recommended to treat low testosterone levels without specific medical conditions or because of aging. Testosterone is not used to boost athletic performance.Xyosted should not be used by women.Testosterone could increase your chances of a heart attack, stroke, or even death. It is possible to stop taking Xyosted or take blood pressure medications.The misuse of testosterone could result in irreparable or dangerous effects. Do not share the medicine with someone you know.

Before you take this drug

You shouldn't be treated with Xyosted if you are sensitive to testosterone or if you are:

  • Male breast cancer;
  • Prostate cancer;
  • Heart problems that are serious;
  • Serious liver diseases;
  • Kidney disease severe
  • An allergy to sesame oil or castor oil.

Xyosted should not be used for females. This medicine can affect a newborn baby.

To ensure that Xyosted is suitable for you, ask your doctor if you've ever taken:

  • High blood pressure;
  • Heart issues, coronary artery disease (clogged arteries);
  • A stroke or heart attack;
  • Sleeping apnea;
  • An enlarged prostate and urinary tract problems
  • High cholesterol or triglycerides
  • Cancer;
  • Depression, anxiety depression, anxiety depression disorder, suicidal ideas or actions
  • Diabetes;
  • Red blood cell (RBC) count and
  • Kidney or liver disease

Use of Xyosted can increase the chance of developing liver cancer, prostate cancer, or heart conditions (including stroke, heart attack, or even death). Talk to your doctor about these risk factors.Xyosted should never be given to a child who is less than 12 years of age. Certain forms of this medicine are not allowed to be used by anyone less than 18 years old.

How to take Xyosted?

Xyosted is injected beneath the skin or in muscles, generally every 2 to 4 weeks. Xyosteds are only administered by a medical specialist.Testosterone may raise your blood pressure. It can increase your risk of suffering a stroke, death, or heart attack. Your blood pressure needs to be monitored regularly. It may be necessary to stop taking Xyosted or begin taking blood pressure medications.You'll need to have regular blood tests.Testosterone can alter the outcomes of certain medical tests. Inform any physician who treats you that you're taking Xyosted.Utilising Xyosted improperly can cause irreparable harm or even death, such as enlarged breasts, smaller testicles, infertility and high blood pressure, stroke, heart attack, liver damage, bone growth issues, addiction, and mental health issues like violence and aggression. The act of selling, taking, or distributing this medication is against the law.If you've used too much Xyosted and have stopped, the medicine could trigger unpleasant withdrawal symptoms, including fatigue, depression, irritation, lack of appetite, sleep disorders, and a decrease in sexual libido.

Do I be concerned if I miss a dose?

Consult your physician for treatment in the event that you don't make an appointment to have your Xyosted.

What will happen if I take excessively?

Because Xyosted is prescribed by a health expert in a medical environment, it is highly unlikely for an overdose to occur.

What should be avoided?

Follow the instructions of your physician regarding any limitations on foods, drinks, or any activity.

Side effects of Xyosted

See a doctor immediately. Get medical attention immediately if you show symptoms that you are experiencing an allergic reaction to Xyosted, such as itching or breathing difficulties or swelling of your lips, face, and tongue.Inform your healthcare providers immediately in the event of a sensation of tightness within your throat. an abrupt desire to cough or if you are feeling lightheaded or weak during or immediately after receiving the injection.You will be monitored closely for at least 30 minutes in order to make sure you don't suffer an allergic reaction to the medication.

Contact your doctor immediately. If you are suffering from:

  • Chest tension or pain that is spreading to your shoulder or jaw;
  • Breathing problems; breathing difficulties in the evening (sleep anapnea);
  • Swelling of your ankles or feet; weight gain rapid;
  • A seizure;
  • Strange changes in behaviour or mood;
  • The erection is increased or continues to occur on the penis, problems with ejaculation reduced amounts of semen, and a decrease in the size of the testicle
  • Urination that is painful, difficult, or uncomfortable; increased urine output at night; and difficulty controlling the bladder;
  • Excessive levels of calcium levels in the blood, stomach discomfort, constipation, more frequent urination or thirst muscles, muscle weakness or pain, joint pain, disorientation, and feeling restless or tired
  • High potassium levels cause nausea or a weak feeling, tingly sensations, chest pain, irregular heartbeats, and loss of movement.
  • Liver issues upper stomach right-sided discomfort, vomiting, and lack of appetite dark urine and jaundice (yellowing of the eyes or skin)
  • Symptoms of a deep blood clot within the body, including warmth, swelling, or redness on the leg or arm;
  • Indications that a blood clot has formed within the lung, chest pain, a sudden cough and wheezing or rapid breathing, and coughing up blood
  • Indications of symptoms of a stroke: sudden weakness or numbness (especially in one part of your body) and serious headaches or slurred speech balance issues.

Your Xyosteds could be delayed or completely discontinued when you suffer from certain adverse reactions.

Common side effects of Xyosted include:

  • Swelling of the breasts;
  • Acne, a rise in hair growth on the body or face, and male-pattern hair loss;
  • Increased or decreased interest in sex
  • Anxiety, headaches, depression, mood
  • Raised blood pressure.
  • Tingling sensations or numbness
  • Abnormal tests for liver function;
  • The red blood cell count is high (hematocrit and haemoglobin);
  • An increase in psa (prostate-specific antigen)
  • Bleeding, pain, bruises, redness, pain, or a lump of hardness where the medication was administered.

There isn't an exhaustive listing of the various negative effect Others could happen. Consult your physician to seek medical advice on the effects. You can report adverse reactions to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.

Interaction with other drugs

Talk to your physician about all prescription medications you take, including:

  • Insulin, or oral diabetes medicine;
  • Medication to treat cough, pain, or symptoms of a cold;
  • Is a blood thinner—warfarin, coumadin, jantoven,
  • Steroid medication medicine contains prednisone, dexamethasone, and many more.

This list isn't complete. Other medications can interfere with testosterone, such as prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements. Some interactions with testosterone are not listed here. are listed here.




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