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What Are The Side Effects Of Testosterone Cypionate Injections?

Testosterone Cypionate Side Effects

Here is a list of possible side effects of testosterone cypionate injections if they are not taken at the right dosage, if they are taken when not prescribed or if they are not medically supervised by a licensed professional because the person is not taking them legally or for the right reasons.

Nausea Vomiting Depression
Anxiety Hair Loss Acne
Difficulty breathing Swelling of any body part Numbness or tingly feeling
Pain Oily skin Redness at sight of injection
Headaches Loss of sexual libido Prolonged erections
Painful erections Changes in skin color Swollen breasts in men
Painful breasts Fatigue Mood swings
Rashes Hives Discoloration of skin
Yellowing of eyes or skin Change in the size of testicles Dark urine color
Itching Loss of appetite Weight gain
Mouth problems Gingivitis Swelling of gums, lips, mouth

These are what are considered some of the more common side effects (both serious and possibly temporary) when the dosage or injection is not exactly correct. The professional licensed doctors at Greenberg Health make sure to understand a patient’s blood test results, their medical conditions and they also consider their age, weight, body composition, symptoms and more before prescribing medications. This way, they are sure to do everything possible to avoid any negative side effects in order to give clients only great results from therapy.

List Of Possible Side Effects For Men And Women

Here is a list of possible side effects for men and women if their body does not react well to testosterone cypionate. Here you will see both more common problems that can occur and more rare issues. Many times the issues are temporary.

More common side effects:

Nausea Oily skin
Vomiting Bitter taste in mouth or strange taste
Depression Redness at site of injection
Anxiety Headache
Hair loss Loss of sexual libido
Acne Irritation of the gums or mouth
Numbness or feeling tingly in hands or feet Pain or tenderness in mouth or gums
Pain Fatigue
Swelling Changes in skin color

Many times people can get past these side effects and they will eventually go away as the body gets used to the testosterone injections. If they do not go away and become increasingly bothersome, patients are urged to immediately call their clinical advisor.

There are more rare negative side effects that can occur when patients are either on the wrong dosage of testosterone cypionate or when they are taking it illegally without a prescription or medical supervision. These can be severe allergic reactions such as:

Trouble with breathing Painful erections that are prolonged
A tight feeling in the chest Severe depression
Rashes Severe mood swings
Hives Dizziness
Severe swelling of the mouth, lips, tongue or face Problems with urination
Itching Dark urine
A noticeable change in the size of a man’s testicles Light colored bowel movements
A noticeable swelling of a man’s breasts Gingivitis in the mouth
Pain in the breasts Interrupted breathing during sleep
Loss of appetite Stomach pain
Yellowing of the eyes or of the skin Weight gain
  Swelling of feet, legs or ankles

If any of these testosterone cypionate side effects occur, a patient is advised to immediately call their clinical advisor. They are not to be taken lightly and must be addresses as soon as they are noticed. It is very easy for doctors to make adjustments in medication dosages quickly in order to stop negative problems and to help ease the body back into a healthy hormonal balance.

It is also important to remember that these are very rare problems that people will experience most times only when they are not taking their medications correctly or if they are not working with a clinic like Greenberg Health.

Greenberg Health makes it their number one priority to make sure that all patients are afforded tailor made, individualized treatment plans that are based upon exactly what they need. Doctors discover a patient’s requirements for therapy through blood test results, a physical examination and a self reported medical history and discussion of their low testosterone symptoms and goals for treatment.