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Testoderm transdermal

Does Testoderm transdermal have side effects?

The following side effects are associated with Testoderm transdermal:

Common side effects of Testoderm transdermal:

Continued Painful ErectionSevere
Enlarged BreastsSevere
Problem with PeriodsLess Severe

Infrequent side effects of Testoderm transdermal:

Liver ProblemsSevere
Enlarged ProstateSevere
Breast TendernessSevere
Visible Water RetentionSevere
Head PainSevere
Feel Like Throwing UpSevere
Throwing UpSevere
Cancer of the Prostate GlandSevere
High Amount of Calcium in the BloodSevere
Mood ChangesSevere
Abnormal DreamsLess Severe
High Blood PressureLess Severe
Decrease in Size of a TesticleLess Severe
Contact DermatitisLess Severe
ItchingLess Severe
Increase in the Amount of Pubic HairLess Severe
AcneLess Severe
Chronic Trouble SleepingLess Severe
Flu-Like SymptomsLess Severe
Skin IrritationLess Severe
Puffy SkinLess Severe
NervousLess Severe
Feeling WeakLess Severe
Not Feeling WellLess Severe
Altered Interest in Having Sexual IntercourseLess Severe

Rare side effects of Testoderm transdermal:

Heart AttackSevere
Liver Tissue DeathSevere
Microscopic Blood-Filled Cavities in the LiverSevere
Abnormal Liver Function TestsSevere
Liver CancerSevere
Absence of Spermatozoa from the Seminal FluidLess Severe
Delay When Starting to Pass UrineLess Severe
Widening of Blood VesselsLess Severe
Hair LossLess Severe
Excessive HairinessLess Severe
Bleached HairLess Severe
Loss of MemoryLess Severe
Temporarily Stops Breathing While SleepingLess Severe
Excessive SweatingLess Severe
Cannot Empty BladderLess Severe
Problems with Bladder ControlLess Severe
Urination During the NightLess Severe
Needing to Urinate ImmediatelyLess Severe
Low Blood SugarLess Severe
High Amount of Fats in the BloodLess Severe
AnxiousLess Severe

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