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Sustanon Testosterone injection 250 Mg/ML


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active ingredient: Each ml oily solution contains testosterone esters: 

Testosterone propionate 30 mg 

Testosterone phenylpropionate 60 mg 

Testosterone isocaproate 60 mg 

Testosterone decanoate 100 mg 

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In this Instructions for Use:
1. What is SUSTANON and what is it used for?
2.Before and cautions before using SUSTANON
3. How to use SUSTANON?
4. What are the possible side effects?
5. How to store SUSTANON

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1. What is SUSTANON and what is it used for?

 SUSTANON solution for injection clear, 1 ml amber colored in a carton box
glass bulb.

 The active ingredient of SUSTANON turns into testosterone in the body.
 Testosterone is a natural male hormone produced in the testicles (ovaries in men) and is essential for normal growth, development and development of male sex organs and secondary male sex characteristics. It is necessary for body hair, bone and muscle development and stimulates the production of red blood cells. It provides deepening of the voice.
Testosterone-containing products are used to replace testosterone in people with low or no natural testosterone (a condition called hypogonadism).

2. Considerations Before Using SUSTANON

DO NOT USE SUSTANON in the following situations
 If you have prostate or breast cancer, if you have had it before, or if you are suspected of prostate or breast cancer

 If you are hypersensitive to one or more of the ingredients of the product

If you are younger than 3 years pregnant or breastfeeding
USE SUSTANON CAREFULLY in the following situations
Since testosterone can cause premature sexual development and growth impairment, male
Close supervision by the physician is required in the treatment of children. As it may cause enlargement of the prostate gland, close monitoring by the physician is required in the treatment of elderly men. In addition, the oxygen carrying capacity (hemoglobin) of your red blood cells is tested at regular intervals.
will be. In very rare cases, the red blood cell count may increase enough to cause complications. In some other cases, a medical examination is required. Tell your doctor if the following situations exist:

heart disease
kidney disease
liver disease
high blood pressure (high blood pressure)
prostate complaints such as difficulty urinating
epilepsy (epilepsy)
migraine bone cancer

If you have sleep apnea (temporary cessation of breathing during sleep) containing testosterone
products may aggravate the situation. Tell your doctor if you have any concerns about this.
Your physician will monitor you with the following tests before starting SUSTANON treatment and after the medication is started for the first 12 months, every 3 months and annually thereafter:
 Rectal prostate examination for benign prostatic enlargement or undetected prostate cancer, and blood PSA (prostate cancer indicator) level hematocrit and hemoglobin for increased red blood cells Please consult your doctor if these warnings are valid for you, even at any time in the past
Also, if you are elderly and a boy before puberty
 If you are on long-term treatment, if you have a history of breast cancer in your family or yourself, or a history of uterine cancer, your doctor will need to monitor you closely.

Using SUSTANON with food and drink
Not applicable.
Consult your doctor or pharmacist before using this medication.
Do not use SUSTANON if you are pregnant.
If you have to use SUSTANON, take the necessary preventive measures to avoid getting pregnant.
If you notice that you are pregnant during your treatment, contact your doctor or pharmacist immediately.


Consult your doctor or pharmacist before usingMedicine.

Do not use SUSTANON if you are breastfeeding.

If you have to use SUSTANON, do not breastfeed.

Driving and using machinesis

As far as itknown, SUSTANON has no effect on alertness and concentration.

Important information about some of the excipients contained in SUSTANON SUSTANON contains benzyl alcohol and therefore should not be administered to premature babies, newborns and children under three years of age.

May cause toxic (poisoning, harmful) reactions and allergic (hypersensitivity) reactions in infants and children up to the age of 3.

Improper use As the

abuse (abuse) of androgens for the purpose of improving performance in sport (doping) carries serious health risks, such use should be avoided.

Use with other drugs

Some other drugs used in the treatment of other diseases may change the effects of SUSTANON or SUSTANON may affect the effect of other drugs and / or blood levels.

You should tell your doctor if you are using or considering using anticoagulant medication for diabetes treatment.

If you are currently using any prescription or non-prescription medication, or if you have used it recently, please inform your doctor or pharmacist about them.

3. How to use SUSTANON?

 Instructions for appropriate use and dose / frequency of administration:

This drug should only be administered by a doctor or nurse.

Your doctor will decide the dose of the drug to be administered to you, depending on the condition of your disease.

Usually, a 1 ml injection every three weeks is sufficient.

 Method and method of:

administrationInjections should be administered as a deep injection (syringe) into the muscle (hip, upper leg

or upper arm).

 Different age groups:

Use in children:

SUSTANON contains benzyl alcohol and therefore it should not be administered to premature babies, newborns and children under three years of age.

May cause toxic (poisoning, harmful) reactions and allergic (hypersensitivity) reactions in infants and children up to the age of 3.

Use in the elderly:

No clinical studies have been conducted on its use in the elderly. Special use cases: No

special usage.

If you have the impression that the effect of SUSTANON is too strong (for example,frequent hardening of the genitals in men

it may manifest itself with) or weakdoctor or

, talk to yourpharmacist.

Ifused more SUSTANON than you should:

you haveAn experienced healthcare professional will administer the medication to you.

If you have used more than you should use from SUSTANON, talk to a doctor or pharmacist.

Ifforget to use SUSTANON:

youAn experienced healthcare professional will administer the medicine to you.

Do not take a double dose to make up for forgotten doses.

Effects that may occur when treatment with SUSTANON is terminated: The

SUSTANON effect does not disappear immediately after discontinuation of treatment. Its effects fade slowly.

4. What are the possible side effects?

Like all medicines, SUSTANON may have side effects in people who are sensitive to the substances contained in its content.

The frequency of the following adverse (adverse, adverse) reactions is unknown. Therefore, these adverse (undesirable, adverse) events areas' unknown (cannot be estimated from the available data)


Side effects generally reported with testosterone therapy:


 acne (acne),


 change in liver function tests, change in

 cholesterol level (change in lipid metabolism),

 depression (mental depression), irritability, mood disorders,

 muscle pain (myalgia),

 fluid accumulation in tissues (swelling in wrists and feet. )

 increase in blood pressure (hypertension)

 increase in the number of red blood cells (cells that carry oxygen in your blood)

 increase or decrease in sexual desirein the

 long and painful erectionpenis

 decrease and deterioration of sperm formation

 feminization (for example, breast enlargement in men)

 prostate enlargement

 prostate cancer in the blood associated with an increase in tests (PSA increase) yet undetected prostate cancer progression in a small (sub-clinicalprostate

progression ofcancer)

because of the nature of Sustanon side effects not recover immediately after cessation of treatment.

In general, injectable drugs may cause local reactions at the injection site.