DEPO-TESTOSTERONE Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 085635/001.

Names and composition

"DEPO-TESTOSTERONE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
085635/001 DEPO-TESTOSTERONE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 50MG per ML
085635/002 DEPO-TESTOSTERONE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
085635/003 DEPO-TESTOSTERONE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
085635/001 DEPO-TESTOSTERONE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 50MG per ML
085635/002 DEPO-TESTOSTERONE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
085635/003 DEPO-TESTOSTERONE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
040530/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
040615/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
040615/002 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
040652/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
084401/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
084401/002 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
086029/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
086030/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
089326/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE Injectable/ Injection 100MG per ML
089327/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE Injectable/ Injection 200MG per ML
090387/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
090387/002 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
091244/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
201720/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
201720/002 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML
207742/001 TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 200MG per ML

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Answered questions

Depo testosterone shots?
my fiance is taking testosterone shots because during puberty he basically never hit it. so hes been taking them for years now and says hes perfectly normal. I dont wanna ask him much about it because he gets upset. heres a few questions if anyone knows them that would be great! -does he have to always take... Asked by Cristie Zebell 1 month ago.

my fiance is taking testosterone shots because during puberty he basically never hit it. so hes been taking them for years now and says hes perfectly normal. I dont wanna ask him much about it because he gets upset. heres a few questions if anyone knows them that would be great! -does he have to always take them? -can i still get pregnant? -what happens if he stopped takin them? -is this at all normal? Answered by Rosanne Turla 1 month ago.

1. maybe not always but for a long time. there are also other pharmaceutical forms of testosterone. 2. yes 3. maybe some hormone disbalance. or your fiance will transformed into a girl (joke). 4. yes, its rather typically case Answered by Sol Dufford 1 month ago.

This is a naturally occuring issue really but could also be caused from some sort of intersex condition. He will always be on testosterone injections and will suffer a hormone imbalance if he stops. (Side effects could include fat redistribution to his hips and the acquisition of man boobs among other things.) Yes, you can absolutely get pregnant. He is as much a guy as anyone else - maybe more so because he's adding the perfect amount of testosterone. The endocrinologist or doctor may be able to give you more info with his consent. Answered by Robin Hiscock 1 month ago.


No Testicles, Allergic to Depo Testosterone.?
I had to have my testicles removed. I have tried taking Depo-Testosterone. I had a bad reaction. I had to stop taking it. I got really sick. My prostate enlarged, Hypothalamus went crazy, Right Kidney swollen / scared, acne and more. So now I am considering not taking the testosterone. I am now healing on a... Asked by Dominique Daill 1 month ago.

I had to have my testicles removed. I have tried taking Depo-Testosterone. I had a bad reaction. I had to stop taking it. I got really sick. My prostate enlarged, Hypothalamus went crazy, Right Kidney swollen / scared, acne and more. So now I am considering not taking the testosterone. I am now healing on a strict Organic Veggie Diet smoothy and fruit and so on. I have been researching natural means. One of them is Zinc. How does natural testosterone boosters convert or help produce testosterone? Is it by means of the Limbic system? or the Kidneys? I don't want to tax the already burdened endo / Limbic system that is healing. If these work will they be able to bring up my Testosterone to comparable levels before I had to have my testicles removed? Will the natural supplement effect my prostate like the Depo-Testosterone did? Answered by Keven Linak 1 month ago.

Without testicles your body cannot in any way produce testosterone. No herbs or supplements of any kind can possibly trigger testosterone production. You have to have testicles for that. Testosterone boosters are NOT testosterone, or hormone replacement therapy. Testosterone boosters are natural ingredients that boost the natural testosterone you already have in your body. So unless you have testicles that produce testosterone, testosterone boosters do nothing for you. Without testosterone producing testicles, you need to be on some type of hormone replacement therapy. Otherwise your body will start to change. I'm speaking from experience. I'm 40 and I lost my testicles 2 years ago and I can I get on any HRT. As a result my body has changed quite a bit. I lost most of all my muscle and strength, I've lost body hair, I've gained weight, and I've developed a male breast. all side effects of not having testosterone in my system. Answered by Floretta Wigfall 1 month ago.


I ut depo testosterone for low t?
I am in china now and the doc here doesn't seem to be able to find this one but does have propiomate testosterone. I can't find andthing about this drug. Will it be ok to use this one instead Asked by Leonie Moneaux 1 month ago.

Testosterone products in the US include a popular, prescribed form in gel-form of a brand made by Abbott Laboratories of North Chicago, IL USA. Androgens are male hormones of testosterone that give males their masculine features. Abbott Laboratories make about 8 forms of testosterone with Andro-Gel being the top gel that is rubbed into the skin or into the armpits. Your doctor can find information from searching Abbott Laboratories online to provide the knowledge to prescribe Andro-Gel. This product comes in strengths of 1% and 1.62%. If your doctor has a copy of Physicians' Desk Reference, 67th Edition, Pages 409-420, 2013, more detailed data is available,or any edition of PDR will give facts about Andro-Gel. The Merck Index, Fourteenth Edition, Page 1579, Published 2006, list various forms of testosterone. Testosterone Propionate is listed, but the description is heavy with chemical names and refers this hormone to just male androgen. Do not attempt to purchase testosterone online as it will probably be a synthetic testosterone that is dangerous to use. Weight-lifters use this form of synthetic testosterone to add muscles and will cause your testicles to shrink and stop secreting natural testosterone. Good Luck. Harrald Answered by Desiree Vanhoecke 1 month ago.

ya i used to use androgel but the insurance company nixed it for cost. took my first shot of Testosterone propionate and it has worked better than anything i've ever tried before. beleive me i don't use it for weight lifting, i'm fat as hell. i use it to keep my love life alive and it helps with a skin disease that the docs say is impossible for it to help. testosterone it goes away, no testosterone it comes back. works or not if it makes it go away i'm gonna use it Answered by Sudie Colosimo 1 month ago.


What to expect from Depo-Testosterone?
I'm 22 years old, the doc said that my testosterone is low due to an infection called "Mumps orchitis" i got this infection while i was going through puberty. This infection attacks my testosterone. He prescribed me 200ml of depo-testosterone I have to take inject myself with 100cc every 4 weeks... Asked by Alvaro Faries 1 month ago.

I'm 22 years old, the doc said that my testosterone is low due to an infection called "Mumps orchitis" i got this infection while i was going through puberty. This infection attacks my testosterone. He prescribed me 200ml of depo-testosterone I have to take inject myself with 100cc every 4 weeks (every month). I just wanted to hear what to expect from this medicine, and the period of time it will take to see some results and i guess some more extra tips on how to improve it the results. I injected myself for the first time May 2th 2011 Extra information: This were the symptoms I still have. Sex drive decreased a lot Small lasting erections. Testicles/Penis size reduction. Gained significant weight. Sweat increased 80% Facial hair is pretty much gone. Thanks for your help. Answered by Lilia Hussar 1 month ago.

You can take Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. It is traditional Chinese medicine that can cure chronic and acute bacterial orchitis. There are some herbal medicines in the recipe of Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can stop pain quickly so if you suffer from acute bacterial orchitis, you would feel your pain release in two days. If you have chronic bacterial orchitis, it would also release in one months. Actually if you have acute bacterial orchitis,which can be cured in ten days, you should take prompt treatment in case it change to chronic bacterial orchitis. There are some other medicines that can eliminate the inflammation in three months. And some of the herbs can promote Qi and blood circulation. Good luck! Answered by Youlanda Fisler 1 month ago.

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Would an injection of depo-testosterone help me?
I have no energy or drive to do anything. I suffer from depression and I take medication for it. I've had a hysterectomy. I only want to sleep. Can't take estrogen replacement therapy because of cancer in my family. Asked by Frederic Media 1 month ago.

Ask your doctor to run thyroid tests, hormone tests including testosterone. HRT can be done in other ways not just a pill or a patch. There are compounding pharmacies out there that make natural hormone replacement like estrogen cream, and micronized natural oral progesterone that don't carry the risks that the mainstream drug companies products do. Suzanne Summers wrote a very good book about this about 2 yrs ago. Testosterone can be helpful for women but the testing should be done first. Answered by Lauren Scarpaci 1 month ago.

yes it would affect u but in wat way i cant say. but u should avoid d injection. and one thing " one who say iam in depression is never in depression." try to meet more nd more people and know there problems it will decrease d level of u r probs. Answered by Glenn Brining 1 month ago.

please ask medical help before taking anything... you need a check-up first and take into consideration the medical history of your family Answered by Sabra Gudmundson 1 month ago.


What is the minimum and maximum Depo Testosterone Dosage?
I recently asked my Dr. to test my Testosterone level. It came back in the low 200's. I think 212 or something like that. I am 44 years old. He prescribed me a Depo Testosterone Shots every two weeks. I can't seem to find any information on what the typical minimum and maximum recommended dosage and... Asked by Joie Molitoris 1 month ago.

I recently asked my Dr. to test my Testosterone level. It came back in the low 200's. I think 212 or something like that. I am 44 years old. He prescribed me a Depo Testosterone Shots every two weeks. I can't seem to find any information on what the typical minimum and maximum recommended dosage and frequency should be. I'm not having any adverse reactions and I'm definately improving my depression, energy, general drive. I want to ask my Dr. to increase my dosage and frequency but don't have a clue as to what is acceptable. Answered by Katherina Kordish 1 month ago.

According to google, it's a bit of a gray area in that regard Answered by Jacquetta Bahlmann 1 month ago.


Kidney issues or toxic reaction to depo testosterone?
Okay I am. 50 year old male. I was taking testosterone injection now for about two years. I started noticing in 2012 that I had pain while urinating. In early 2013 I started having blood discharge after urinating. Later 2013 I started noticing my urine turned like cola color the clear up. My skin was breaking... Asked by Digna Strieter 1 month ago.

Okay I am. 50 year old male. I was taking testosterone injection now for about two years. I started noticing in 2012 that I had pain while urinating. In early 2013 I started having blood discharge after urinating. Later 2013 I started noticing my urine turned like cola color the clear up. My skin was breaking out something terrible. I got my retirement in October. I bought my dream car and drove it about 1300 miles home. By the time I got home I couldn't hardly walk my right flank hurt so bad. I felt sick like the flue. I was bed ridden and was in so much pain (right lower lumbar to right groin) I could barely walk. I went to the emergency room three times. The third time they did what is called a rainbow blood draw. They found 9 high levels. This showed I was dehydrated. They sent me home to go see my doctor. I went to the doctor. She ordered up a CT with contrast. The results showed I had cortical scaring on my right kidney and a mildly enlarged prostate. I quit taking the injections of depo testosterone in October. I still have these symptoms but not as severe. My back would break out in large hard bumps. Then they would fissure out as I tried to evacuate them. Eventually I could only urinate very small amounts and it was very dark yellow. My wrist swelled up and my pants felt tight. Then all of a sudden I would urinate something terrible I should just stand at the urinal. The urine is almost with no color. I would some times get nauseous when eating. And my skin would itch. This would eventually go away then I would feel better. For a while then come back. I accidentally was taking the wrong dosage of testosterone. I accidentally took a double dose for about 4 weeks. That's 4 doses. I have been losing weight. My doctor says the over disease of depo testosterone got stored in my fat and as I lose weight it is released into my body effecting me. I thought that the over dosage was effecting my kidneys. And my prostate. My question is. Does this sound like kidney disease or would it be a result of the over dosage of depo testosterone? Also I have not seen a urologist. It is very hard to get the healthcare system to refer me at the VA. I am hoping that the VA will do it soon. They haven't done the bun tests or anything to check on my kidney functions. I am besides myself. I feel hopeless with the VA. Thanks. Answered by Janine Mildon 1 month ago.

Taking too much testosterone can cause enlargement of the prostate, and it can cause itching. It can also cause pimples. However, I think your kidney problems are probably from driving 1300 miles. It is known that rapid muscle breakdown which happens from sitting and driving long distances can really stress out the kidneys. Answered by Margery Sneider 1 month ago.


Anyone in there late 20's taking depo-testosterone?
I went to the doctor for anxiety and he prescribed klonipin 2mg a day. He reffered me to a therapist who mentioned having my testosterone levels checked. I told the doc he ran the blood test and it came back at 126 when the normal levels are from 241-900. Im a little freaked out how low my level of test was due to... Asked by Glynis Twidwell 1 month ago.

I went to the doctor for anxiety and he prescribed klonipin 2mg a day. He reffered me to a therapist who mentioned having my testosterone levels checked. I told the doc he ran the blood test and it came back at 126 when the normal levels are from 241-900. Im a little freaked out how low my level of test was due to the fact that im only 27. He gave me 1cc or 200mg of depo-testosterone in the buttocks this morning and spoke of the possibilty of me having to give my self weekly shots. Im just curious if there is anyone else out there in my shoes and how its going for you? thanks to anyone who can help. Answered by Shaquita Housh 1 month ago.

let me answer your question with a question...what is 6+2 huh? Answered by Walton Russaw 1 month ago.

Im 49 and just started this about 1 month ago.....I give myself a 1cc shot every 3 weeks.I just had a doctors visit yesterday and was told to continue with my injections untill my 10 shots are all used up.Im able to feel a little difference for a week or two but while im going into the third week,theres not alot going on.My doctor may change my injections to every 2 weeks depending on my new blood test.All n all,im able to feel the difference......hehehehe,i like it! Answered by Arthur Mckim 1 month ago.


I just got a depo-testosterone injection yesterday, but I don't feel any different?
I'm concerned that they didn't do the shot correctly. My T level was 191. I've been reading about testosterone injections, and it says how there's usually pain at the injection site. They injected it into my butt area. I barely even felt the needle, and didn't feel anything going in at all.... Asked by Jalisa Pizer 1 month ago.

I'm concerned that they didn't do the shot correctly. My T level was 191. I've been reading about testosterone injections, and it says how there's usually pain at the injection site. They injected it into my butt area. I barely even felt the needle, and didn't feel anything going in at all. I've been reading how you get kind of a good rush from it and feel great for the first couple days while it spikes, and all i've been doing is sleeping and feeling tired. Did they not inject it right? Answered by Lisette Horrigan 1 month ago.

I'm sure they injected it fine. Everyone responds differently to drugs. You may only be able to tell the difference later, or in your blood test. Or it could just be more subtle for you. Answered by Whitney Shreffler 1 month ago.

You may not ever feel anything. You could even get your blood test back and see your total testosterone came back at 1500 and you still don't feel anything. You need to get you free testosterone tested because if your free is super low, it won't matter how high your total T is. The problem then is how to free up your bound testosterone. That is no easy matter, especially since you don't want to get into any other drugs/steroids that can raise your free. Finasteride and Dutasteride can free up your testosterone. Both those drugs raise total T by stopping the conversion of T into DHT. Another thing, you should be on gel. Injections are horrible because of peaks and valleys. Another thing, good luck finding a doctor that really understands hormones. We are only in the beginnings of a long period of discovery. A double blind study was done with men on real T gel and dutasteride and placebo T gel and dustasteride. After the study then men who received real T did gain muscle and bone density but they did not have a change in sexual desire. They could not tell if they were on T or not. Answered by Xuan Faulk 1 month ago.


I am beginning to take 1.5 ml of Depo-Testosterone every 21 days. How long does it take to notice after inject
Was tested at 190 so doctor has started me on injections after Andro Gel did not work. Just curious how long does it take for me to feel the effects of the testosterone after the injection. A friend of mine told me 1 week afterwards but he could not verify. Asked by Shawanda Keeser 1 month ago.

Takes about 4 days for me. If you are just starting, you may not notice much until after the second injection. Answered by Carolin Girsh 1 month ago.

1 to 2 weeks generally. Normally within 10 days. Answered by Toya Maydew 1 month ago.

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There is no such dose of 1.5ml of Depo-Testosterone. It's either in 100 mg/mL 10 mL vials NDC 0009-0347-02 Or 200 mg/mL 1 mL vials NDC 0009-0417-01 10 mL vials NDC 0009-0417-02 For any medicine to work effectively, Your metabolism is a key factor and you should ask your Specialist for he/she knows better of your diagnosis. Wishing You Good Health ! Answered by Spring Helmcamp 1 month ago.


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