Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 009165/001.

Names and composition

"DELATESTRYL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
009165/001 DELATESTRYL TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
009165/003 DELATESTRYL TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
009165/001 DELATESTRYL TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
009165/003 DELATESTRYL TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
040575/001 TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
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083667/001 TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
083667/002 TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
085598/001 TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
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089324/001 TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE Injectable/ Injection 100MG per ML
089325/001 TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE Injectable/ Injection 200MG per ML
091120/001 TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML

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Answered questions

Has any one ever heard of delatestryl.I was wondering the proper dose and just general info about this steroid
Asked by Megan Hollenback 1 year ago.

Delatestryl is a brand name for testosterone enanthate and is probably the most popular form of injectable testosterone, it is good for putting on both mass and size. It will aromatize so you should use a anti-estrogen with it as you don't want gyno. Water retention is often a problem while on it acne, male pattern baldness and aggressiveness can also be a problem. However it is pretty easy on the liver and does produce good gains most males take about 250-700 mg a week. Answered by Warren Eisnaugle 1 year ago.

testosterone enanthate is the family name for the drug, it is a testosterone it is used to treat men with low testosterone levels, or women with painful periods the normal dose for a male adult is from 100 mg to 400 mg injected every 4 - 12 weeks, you will need regular blood tests to check it. Pete Answered by Erika Potvin 1 year ago.


How to mix my Testosterone?
I am about to start Testosterone and I am suppose to take 200mg every 2 weeks... But I am also suppose to mix the Delatestryl with Sesame seed oil. Would I take 200mg of the combined substance (Tes/oil) or 200mg of the T and mix a different amount of the Oil? Asked by Ka Stangle 1 year ago.

this is a question for your doctor or the pharmacist. A pharmacist' job is to know how to take medication and the best ways to mix it. Call your pharmacist and he/she will be able to help with that. Answered by Willian Meuller 1 year ago.


Can steroids be taken safely?
Many many athletes and cops take steroids and it appears as if they can be taken safely in cycles and if they are monitored by diagnostic tests on their blood. People are using them now more than ever. It seems like the media scares people into thinking that they have tons of adverse side effects but steroids have... Asked by Tobi Mertine 1 year ago.

Many many athletes and cops take steroids and it appears as if they can be taken safely in cycles and if they are monitored by diagnostic tests on their blood. People are using them now more than ever. It seems like the media scares people into thinking that they have tons of adverse side effects but steroids have been used in the medical profession for many years for many reasons. Answered by Mauro Shan 1 year ago.

I used to administer myself Decadurabulin for body building 25 years ago and I began to have acne on my back. Then I wanted a stronger steroid months later called Delatestryl. I stopped when I heard that Arnold Scharzenegger developed some defect in his heart because of steroids. Steroids are powerful but can be harmful. Answered by Rasheeda Beiley 1 year ago.

All steroids are not alike. You seem to be talking about anabolic steroids, and you're relying on anecdotal evidence to support their safety. It isn't a media plot but simply an analysis of risk-to-benefit ratios when real numbers are available in controlled systems so these things can be quantified. When you rely on anecdotal evidence, keep in mind that a lot of guys are not going to go out of their way to advertise that they've become a**holes with small nuts. Answered by Deb Gillion 1 year ago.

Yes they can. I suggest you watch the movie Bigger Faster Stronger. Great movie on the steroid use and the banning of steroids in the US and athletic divisions. Answered by Aurore Freet 1 year ago.


What would happen with using 4 year old decanoate?
I have about 20 bottles of deca that expired july 2004. what would happen if I used it? Do you have iternet references? Asked by Penni Amormino 1 year ago.

20 bottles? There are a couple kinds of decanoate. Are you talking haloperidol decanoate? This is a slow release haldol generic injection. It has to have an expiration date on the vial. If you're referring to testosterone decanoate (delatestryl) that too should have a date. I'm hoping you're referring to the first as opposed to the steroid. I haven't seen or prescribed the steroidal use in many many years in my practice. Just go by the date. Actually if you're considering either after four years you should get a new prescription and throw out the old. Answered by Jen Engelke 1 year ago.

yes :o i WOULD NOT suggest you to use it! Answered by Cheryll Kurutz 1 year ago.


Do u have leprosy???
Asked by Lin Mamudoski 1 year ago.

Yes if.... the bacteria that cause leprosy multiply very slowly, symptoms usually do not begin until at least 1 year after a person has been infected; on average, symptoms appear 5 to 7 years after infection. Once symptoms do begin, they progress slowly. Leprosy mainly affects the skin and peripheral nerves. The skin develops characteristic rashes and bumps. Infection of the nerves makes the skin numb or the muscles weak in areas controlled by those nerves. Leprosy is categorized as tuberculoid, lepromatous, or borderline according to the type and number of skin spots. The type of leprosy dictates the long-term prognosis, likely complications, and how long antibiotic treatment is needed. In tuberculoid leprosy, a rash appears, consisting of one or a few flat, whitish areas. Areas affected by this rash are numb because the bacteria damage the underlying nerves. In lepromatous leprosy, many small bumps or larger raised rashes of variable size and shape appear on the skin. There are more areas of numbness than in tuberculoid leprosy, and certain muscle groups may be weak. Borderline leprosy shares features of both tuberculoid and lepromatous leprosy. If not treated, borderline leprosy may improve to resemble the tuberculoid form or worsen to become more like the lepromatous form. The most severe symptoms of leprosy result from infection of the peripheral nerves, which causes a deterioration of a person's sense of touch and a corresponding inability to feel pain and temperature. People with peripheral nerve damage may unknowingly burn, cut, or otherwise harm themselves. Repeated damage may eventually lead to loss of fingers and toes. Also, damage to peripheral nerves may cause muscle weakness, at times resulting in clawing of the fingers and a "drop foot" deformity. Skin infection can lead to areas of swelling and lumps, which can be particularly disfiguring on the face. People with leprosy also may develop sores on the soles of the feet. Damage to the nasal passages can result in a chronically stuffy nose and, if untreated, complete erosion of the nose. Eye damage may lead to blindness. Men with lepromatous leprosy may experience erectile dysfunction (impotence) and become infertile, because the infection can reduce the amount of testosteroneSome Trade Names DELATESTRYL DEPOTESTOSTERONE and sperm produced by the testes. During the course of untreated or even treated leprosy, the body's immune response may produce inflammatory reactions. These reactions can produce fever and inflammation of the skin, peripheral nerves, and less commonly the lymph nodes, joints, testes, kidneys, liver, and eyes. Answered by Maudie Ziv 1 year ago.

it really is one of those tuberculosis, no longer very communicable, the end results of an infection by way of a bacillus. it really is likewise referred to as Hansen's ailment. There are those with it in various of aspects of the international. it really is often treated with antibiotics yet has been treatable with some drugs for more effective than a century, the numerous early drugs were depending in arsenic so were extremely risky. Later some sulfonamides "sulfa drugs" were used. those were replaced by way of antibiotics contained in the Nineteen Forties and later. What the former testomony speaks of as "leprosy" isn't inevitably the ailment we now call Hansen's ailment. it really is uncertain no matter if Moses knew the version between a white spot on a house wall and the white spots on the floor of victims, and become basically being extremely-careful. Answered by Ma Kolodzieski 1 year ago.

Nope, wouldn't want to either, sounds horrid Answered by Ebonie Camino 1 year ago.

nope, 2 points ^_^ Answered by Slyvia Torrez 1 year ago.

HAHA! I like Terry's answer. and the same goes for me. I do NOT. but thanks a bunch for asking! =) Answered by Valene Burkleo 1 year ago.

No, I do not. Thanks for your concern though. Answered by Patrina Dacus 1 year ago.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha *clunk*..... MY HEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Answered by Rosena Burau 1 year ago.


Has any one ever heard of delatestryl.I was wondering the proper dose and just general info about this steroid
Asked by Quentin Simons 1 year ago.

Delatestryl is a brand name for testosterone enanthate and is probably the most popular form of injectable testosterone, it is good for putting on both mass and size. It will aromatize so you should use a anti-estrogen with it as you don't want gyno. Water retention is often a problem while on it acne, male pattern baldness and aggressiveness can also be a problem. However it is pretty easy on the liver and does produce good gains most males take about 250-700 mg a week. Answered by Danika Warrenfeltz 1 year ago.

testosterone enanthate is the family name for the drug, it is a testosterone it is used to treat men with low testosterone levels, or women with painful periods the normal dose for a male adult is from 100 mg to 400 mg injected every 4 - 12 weeks, you will need regular blood tests to check it. Pete Answered by Tawanda Rudden 1 year ago.


How to mix my Testosterone?
I am about to start Testosterone and I am suppose to take 200mg every 2 weeks... But I am also suppose to mix the Delatestryl with Sesame seed oil. Would I take 200mg of the combined substance (Tes/oil) or 200mg of the T and mix a different amount of the Oil? Asked by Jack Breslawski 1 year ago.

this is a question for your doctor or the pharmacist. A pharmacist' job is to know how to take medication and the best ways to mix it. Call your pharmacist and he/she will be able to help with that. Answered by Chere Rennix 1 year ago.


Can steroids be taken safely?
Many many athletes and cops take steroids and it appears as if they can be taken safely in cycles and if they are monitored by diagnostic tests on their blood. People are using them now more than ever. It seems like the media scares people into thinking that they have tons of adverse side effects but steroids have... Asked by Sharan Arzaga 1 year ago.

Many many athletes and cops take steroids and it appears as if they can be taken safely in cycles and if they are monitored by diagnostic tests on their blood. People are using them now more than ever. It seems like the media scares people into thinking that they have tons of adverse side effects but steroids have been used in the medical profession for many years for many reasons. Answered by Divina Vangordon 1 year ago.

I used to administer myself Decadurabulin for body building 25 years ago and I began to have acne on my back. Then I wanted a stronger steroid months later called Delatestryl. I stopped when I heard that Arnold Scharzenegger developed some defect in his heart because of steroids. Steroids are powerful but can be harmful. Answered by Devorah Mccloy 1 year ago.

All steroids are not alike. You seem to be talking about anabolic steroids, and you're relying on anecdotal evidence to support their safety. It isn't a media plot but simply an analysis of risk-to-benefit ratios when real numbers are available in controlled systems so these things can be quantified. When you rely on anecdotal evidence, keep in mind that a lot of guys are not going to go out of their way to advertise that they've become a**holes with small nuts. Answered by Barbra Ullrich 1 year ago.

Yes they can. I suggest you watch the movie Bigger Faster Stronger. Great movie on the steroid use and the banning of steroids in the US and athletic divisions. Answered by Ena Bushby 1 year ago.


What would happen with using 4 year old decanoate?
I have about 20 bottles of deca that expired july 2004. what would happen if I used it? Do you have iternet references? Asked by Charmaine Orr 1 year ago.

20 bottles? There are a couple kinds of decanoate. Are you talking haloperidol decanoate? This is a slow release haldol generic injection. It has to have an expiration date on the vial. If you're referring to testosterone decanoate (delatestryl) that too should have a date. I'm hoping you're referring to the first as opposed to the steroid. I haven't seen or prescribed the steroidal use in many many years in my practice. Just go by the date. Actually if you're considering either after four years you should get a new prescription and throw out the old. Answered by Malcolm Schmeidler 1 year ago.

yes :o i WOULD NOT suggest you to use it! Answered by Novella Czlapinski 1 year ago.


Do u have leprosy???
Asked by Nora Lunsford 1 year ago.

Yes if.... the bacteria that cause leprosy multiply very slowly, symptoms usually do not begin until at least 1 year after a person has been infected; on average, symptoms appear 5 to 7 years after infection. Once symptoms do begin, they progress slowly. Leprosy mainly affects the skin and peripheral nerves. The skin develops characteristic rashes and bumps. Infection of the nerves makes the skin numb or the muscles weak in areas controlled by those nerves. Leprosy is categorized as tuberculoid, lepromatous, or borderline according to the type and number of skin spots. The type of leprosy dictates the long-term prognosis, likely complications, and how long antibiotic treatment is needed. In tuberculoid leprosy, a rash appears, consisting of one or a few flat, whitish areas. Areas affected by this rash are numb because the bacteria damage the underlying nerves. In lepromatous leprosy, many small bumps or larger raised rashes of variable size and shape appear on the skin. There are more areas of numbness than in tuberculoid leprosy, and certain muscle groups may be weak. Borderline leprosy shares features of both tuberculoid and lepromatous leprosy. If not treated, borderline leprosy may improve to resemble the tuberculoid form or worsen to become more like the lepromatous form. The most severe symptoms of leprosy result from infection of the peripheral nerves, which causes a deterioration of a person's sense of touch and a corresponding inability to feel pain and temperature. People with peripheral nerve damage may unknowingly burn, cut, or otherwise harm themselves. Repeated damage may eventually lead to loss of fingers and toes. Also, damage to peripheral nerves may cause muscle weakness, at times resulting in clawing of the fingers and a "drop foot" deformity. Skin infection can lead to areas of swelling and lumps, which can be particularly disfiguring on the face. People with leprosy also may develop sores on the soles of the feet. Damage to the nasal passages can result in a chronically stuffy nose and, if untreated, complete erosion of the nose. Eye damage may lead to blindness. Men with lepromatous leprosy may experience erectile dysfunction (impotence) and become infertile, because the infection can reduce the amount of testosteroneSome Trade Names DELATESTRYL DEPOTESTOSTERONE and sperm produced by the testes. During the course of untreated or even treated leprosy, the body's immune response may produce inflammatory reactions. These reactions can produce fever and inflammation of the skin, peripheral nerves, and less commonly the lymph nodes, joints, testes, kidneys, liver, and eyes. Answered by Lady Shost 1 year ago.

it really is one of those tuberculosis, no longer very communicable, the end results of an infection by way of a bacillus. it really is likewise referred to as Hansen's ailment. There are those with it in various of aspects of the international. it really is often treated with antibiotics yet has been treatable with some drugs for more effective than a century, the numerous early drugs were depending in arsenic so were extremely risky. Later some sulfonamides "sulfa drugs" were used. those were replaced by way of antibiotics contained in the Nineteen Forties and later. What the former testomony speaks of as "leprosy" isn't inevitably the ailment we now call Hansen's ailment. it really is uncertain no matter if Moses knew the version between a white spot on a house wall and the white spots on the floor of victims, and become basically being extremely-careful. Answered by Francis Dieringer 1 year ago.

Nope, wouldn't want to either, sounds horrid Answered by Precious Knollman 1 year ago.

nope, 2 points ^_^ Answered by Alishia Porell 1 year ago.

HAHA! I like Terry's answer. and the same goes for me. I do NOT. but thanks a bunch for asking! =) Answered by Claire Scates 1 year ago.

No, I do not. Thanks for your concern though. Answered by Joshua Bjorgen 1 year ago.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha *clunk*..... MY HEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Answered by Neoma Vafiadis 1 year ago.


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