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Androfeme

Androfeme is a treatment for women with a deficiency in testosterone. This is not licensed in the UK, but The Online Clinic can prescribe this for patients in the UK following an online consultation.

What is Androfeme?

The active ingredient in Androfeme is a hormone called testosterone. This is a naturally-occurring hormone produced by a woman's ovaries and adrenal glands. The role of testosterone in the body is to maintain normal sexual, metabolic, and cognitive functioning, mood, bone and muscle strength, and urinary and reproductive health.

Testosterone levels decline with age, particularly after the menopause. A deficiency in testosterone can lead to sexual symptoms such as reductions in libido, arousal, and orgasm. It can also result in low energy levels, cognitive problems, depression, poor bone maintenance (osteoporosis), muscle loss, and a reduction in overall quality of life. The testosterone in Androfeme is the same as that produced by the body. Therefore, when women experience one or more of these symptoms, Androfeme can be prescribed to address the testosterone deficiency.

How to buy Androfeme online

Androfeme in unlicensed in the UK, but its use is recommended by the British Menopause Society, and is available on private prescription via The Online Clinic. Please complete an online consultation to begin the process. Next day delivery is available.

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How to use Androfeme

Androfeme is a white cream that is readily absorbed by the skin. Follow the doctor's instructions on how to use, how much to use and where to use this cream. The starting dose is usually 0.5 mL of cream (5 mg of testosterone) each day. The maximum dose is 1.5 mL of cream (15 mg testosterone) each day. Apply the cream around the same time each day.

Androfeme cream is applied to the skin using an applicator. To fill the applicator with your required dose of cream, open the tube of cream and carefully squeeze the tube until the cream reaches the top of the tube nozzle. Insert the applicator tip into the tube nozzle so that the tube nozzle and the applicator shoulder are in contact. Then, at the same time, gently squeeze the tube base and withdraw the applicator plunger. Fill the applicator past the required dose measure of cream, then push the plunger to the required dose mark, so that excess cream is pushed back into the tube and any air bubbles are removed. Finally, remove the applicator from the tube nozzle, replace the tube cap, and wash the applicator in hot water.

Androfeme cream is used on clean, dry, healthy skin of the abdomen or the upper outer thigh. The cream is massaged into the skin until absorbed, and then covered by clothing. Wash your hand after application. Do not use perfumes, moisturisers or deodorants on this skin area, as the absorption of Androfeme may be affected. Also, do not use the cream on broken or damaged skin, or shower or bathe for one hour or more after application. The area of application should not come into direct skin contact with another person for one hour after application or they may absorb some testosterone.

If you miss your dose, then apply it immediately if you are less than 9 hours past your usual application time; otherwise, wait until the next usual time of application. Immediately seek medical assistance if you use too much cream.

Who can use Androfeme?

Androfeme is for women who are 18 years of age or older. Women who may be pregnant, are pregnant, or breast-feeding should not use Androfeme.

Do not use Androfeme if you are allergic to testosterone or any of the components making up the cream, such as almond oil. This medicine also should not be used if you have cancer (particularly breast cancer, kidney disease, or have high blood calcium levels. It may not be appropriate for you to use Androfeme if you are a professional athlete, due to the rules governing use of androgens.

Before you start using Androfeme, tell you doctor if you have high blood pressure, heart disease or liver disease. Additionally, tell your doctor about the medicines that you are taking, including those obtained without a prescription.

Androfeme Side Effects

Side effects of Androfeme are generally uncommon or rare. The cream may cause skin irritation such as a redness, itching and rash at the site of application, although any irritation usually resolves within a few days. You should be aware that Androfeme may prevent ovulation, affect your normal menstrual cycle, and cause changes to the breast tissue and uterus lining. It may also cause acne, skin yellowing, male pattern hair loss, increased body hair, deepening of voice, headache, nausea and vomiting, increased body weight, and swollen ankles. While rare, the balance between electrolytes (e.g., sodium and potassium) in the blood can be disturbed. Seek medical help if any of these effects are bothersome or continuous.

 
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