FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: ANDRODERM

User Comments:


For Hypogonadism, Male “No noticeable change in my libido after 2 months on androderm patches. All I get out of them are splotchy and dry peeling skin wherever I’ve put them.Disappointing…”

Guest84 (taken for 1 to 6 months) December 31, 2017


For Hypogonadism, Male “39 yo male. Diagnosed with hypogonadism following a rather rapid loss of erections in Nov. 2015. Unable to maintain a normal erection. Loss of libido. Doctor found low testosterone as the issue. Levels were between 175 and 275; free testosterone at 6.2. I was prescribed Androderm 2mg patches and wore them for three weeks. Brought my T levels up to 350. My urologist upgraded me to the 4mg patch and wore those for approximately 2 weeks. While on the 2mg patch I noted irritation at the site beginning after about 7-10 days. I was rotating application sites as instructed but the reaction continued to get worse. Ended up switching to Axiron because the reaction to the patches was becoming severe/extreme. I was covered in itchy spots.”

Sculler00 (taken for 1 to 6 months) April 7, 2016


For Hypogonadism, Male “Way too itchy, I can barely leave it on, I tried it for a week straight, and at the end of the week where I had the patches started to bubble up like a blister. Extremely painful for prolonged use.”

RobinHood000006 December 10, 2015


For Hypogonadism, Male “The patches caused a severe rash leaving spots like I’d been branded. Diagnosed as Latex Intolerant.”

Airborne101 August 11, 2015


For Hypogonadism, Male “It doesn’t work for me. I have been on 6mg a day for four months (one 4mg and one 2mg patches). My testosterone was slightly above 100 before the patches and today is 11. That’s right 11.”

31 male (taken for 1 to 6 months) July 26, 2015


For Hypogonadism, Male “I’ve had a good experience with androderm patch. No side effects what so ever. It seems to work well. I would recommended it to anyone.”

Tracy lhend May 25, 2015

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