Men suffering from “Low T” have been rubbing testosterone onto their armpits, injecting it into their muscles, and now, with FDA approval, men seeking the fountain of youth can take the prescription drug through their nose.
A New Testosterone Drug
Natesto, the new nasally delivered testosterone prescription was FDA approved on May 28th. There are serious risks of dangerous side effects associated with prescription testosterone, which we will get to, but Natesto actually does have one big benefit. Men who have been applying testosterone gel through their skin have had the unfortunate side effect of residual gel coming into contact with their family. Women and children who receive accidental testosterone exposure can develop masculine characteristics, as well as more serious complications. Since Natesto is taken through the nose, it should thereby not come into contact with the patient’s skin, which in turn means it should protect families from accidental exposure.
Prescription Testosterone Risks and side effects
“A Journal of the American Medical Association study found that using testosterone increased the risk of death from heart attack or stroke by 29% in men with or without a history of heart disease,” as you can read on FierceDrugDelivery.com. Because patients and doctors weren’t adequately warned of testosterone’s risks, men who have suffered from a Heart Attack, Stroke, DVT or PE after using AndroGel, Axiron or Testim may be eligible for a settlement to cover their pain and medical bills.
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