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Methyltestosterone is an altered form of testosterone prescribed to treat low testosterone levels in men. It can also help relieve symptoms of advanced breast cancer in women. Because this form of testosterone is altered, it can be taken orally as a capsule or tablet. It is typically taken one to four times daily. Possible side effects include acne, liver problems, and a decreased sperm count.
What Is Methyltestosterone?Methyltestosterone (Methitest®, Testred®) is a prescription medication approved to treat low testosterone levels in men due to various causes. It is also approved to help alleviate the symptoms of inoperable, late-stage breast cancer in women.
- Liver problems
- Decreased sperm count
- Menstrual irregularities (in women)
- Development of male characteristics (in women).