11 Dec 2010
Axiron is a prescription medicine so you have to see a doctor to get the prescription ... and then order it from a local pharmacy.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Axiron (testosterone) topical solution CIII for replacement therapy in men for certain conditions associated with a deficiency or absence of testosterone. Safety and efficacy of Axiron in males younger than 18 years of age have not been established. Axiron is the first testosterone topical solution approved for application via an armpit (underarm) applicator. Other forms of testosterone replacement therapy include: oral tablets, buccal tablets, subcutaneous pellets, transdermal patches, injections and topical gels applied by the hands.
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1 answer • 17 May 2012
I am using Axiron every other day. I didn't have enough money to pay for the prescription so I had to go without it for about a week. Since then ...
2 answers • 30 Oct 2012
I have been taking axiron for five months. Started out at 130 then went to 975 checked a month later it was at 629 is this normal?
1 answer • 12 Nov 2012
... every time I step on the scales I have gained a couple of pounds. Do you think the Axiron is causing this
0 answers • 31 May 2013
Two questions. Why would Axiron be bad for a post menopausal women (no history of breast cancer; lagging libido)? What specifically is harmful - if ...
2 answers • 30 Jul 2013