Axiron

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Axiron Facts

Due to the fact that Axiron can be easily transferred from the patient to others who come in contact with the area of skin where the low testosterone treatment was applied, it is only to be applied to the armpits. It is important for Axiron users to wash their hands after applying the drug and once the armpit area is dry, it should be covered by clothing.

Axiron Side Effects

There are serious side effects associated with Axiron use that are typical of the threats posed by other low T medications and treatments. These mostly revolve around the threat of stroke, heart-attack, and death in patients undergoing testosterone replacement treatments. Read more about these potential side effects here.

Axiron Lawsuits

If you have been injured due to taking the drug Axiron, you could potentially have a viable lawsuit. It is important to have a skilled attorney review your potential case as soon as possible. Lawsuits have already been filed against other low T treatment manufacturers and many more are anticipated.

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Drug NameAxiron
Other NamesTestosterone Topical Solutionl
Drug ClassAndrogens
Drug Use(s)For the treatment of low testosterone levels
U.S. ManufacturerEli Lilly and Company
FDA Approval DateNovember 2010
Last Sale DateCurrently Available
Recall StatusNot in recall
Other Low-T MedicationsFortesta, Striant, Testim, Androderm, Testopel, Depo Testosterone, Bio-T-Gel, Delatestryl, Androgel