Provironum is an androgen (male hormone) that belongs to the class of ‘anabolic agents.’ It is generally used to treat hypogonadism in males with low testosterone (natural male hormone or androgen). It’s used to treat androgen deficit and infertility in men who have low hormone levels. Provironum is solely recommended for male patients. Hypogonadism, also known as gonad deficit, is a condition in which the sex glands, or gonads (male testes), produce insufficient or no hormones.
Mesterolone, a synthetic steroid hormone, is included in Provironum. It works by acting as a complement to testosterone, the natural male hormone, to sustain the development and growth of male sex organs. It promotes the growth of mass, strength, and power as an anabolic agent. Provironum aids in the maintenance of normal sexual functions as well as the development of secondary sexual traits.
Follow your doctor’s instructions when taking Provironum. Depending on your medical condition, your doctor will determine the dosage. Itching, fever, rash, hives, abdominal pain, indigestion, nausea, and vomiting are all frequent Provironum side effects. These side effects aren’t for everyone, and they differ from person to person. Please contact your doctor if you have any uncontrollable adverse effects.
If you have a medical history of liver tumors, kidney problems, prostate cancer, male breast cancer, or high blood calcium levels, tell your doctor before using Provironum (hypercalcemia). Because Provironum is exclusively used for male patients, it is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women. If you have any negative side effects while using Provironum, tell your doctor. If your doctor hasn’t told you to take or stop using this prescription, don’t.
Hypogonadism, androgen insufficiency, and male infertility are among conditions that Provironum can help with.
Mesterolone, an anabolic agent, is present in Provironum. It is a synthetic steroid hormone that is used to treat androgen deficit and male infertility caused by low hormone levels. Provironum helps male patients maintain the development and growth of their sex organs by replenishing decreased testosterone levels. It works by supplanting the male hormone naturally produced by the body. It works in a similar way to the natural hormone testosterone, which keeps sexual functions in check and helps to develop secondary sexual characteristics. It enhances the growth of muscle, strength, and power because it is an anabolic agent.
Tablet Directions: Swallow the entire Provironum tablet with a glass of water. It should not be chewed, bit, or broken. Please take it with or without food as directed by your doctor.
Store in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.
Provironum Side Effects
Hives Itching Fever Rash Weight Gain
Pain in the abdomen
Flashes of heat
If you have any allergic reactions to Provironum or other medications, tell your doctor. If you have a medical history of high blood pressure, diabetes, urinary issues, migraines, fits, breathing problems during sleep (sleep apnea), blood disorders (polycythemia), liver (porphyria), or renal illness, tell your doctor before starting Provironum. Provironum, on the other hand, is not recommended for liver tumors, prostate cancer, male breast cancer, or high calcium levels in the blood (hypercalcemia). Check with your doctor if you notice any blood in your stools, extended stomach pain, vomiting, or skin yellowing, as Provironum has a small potential of causing liver tumors in certain patients. Because Provironum is exclusively used for male patients, it is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women. If you have any negative side effects while using Provironum, tell your doctor. If your doctor hasn’t told you to take or stop using this prescription, don’t.
Interactions Between Drugs
Mesterolone may interact with anticonvulsants (phenobarbital, phenytoin), immunosuppressants (cyclosporine), anti-diabetic medicines, hormones (thyroxine), blood thinners, and anesthetics, among other things.
No drug-food interactions have been discovered or established.
Mesterolone is contraindicated in the treatment of liver tumors, prostate cancer, male breast cancer, and elevated calcium levels in the blood (hypercalcemia).
It’s unclear how alcohol intake impacts Mesterolone usage. For more information, please visit your doctor.
Mesterolone is strictly for male patients and should not be used by females.
Mesterolone is strictly for male patients and should not be used by females.
Mesterolone is completely safe to use and has no negative effects while driving. If you have any uncontrollable side effects from Mesterolone, do not drive or use machinery until you consult a doctor.
If you are prescribed Mesterolone, please inform your doctor if you have a history of liver illness or hepatic impairment. Mesterolone should not be used if you have a liver tumor.
If you are prescribed Mesterolone, please inform your doctor if you have a history of kidney illness.
No habit formation
Advice on Diet and Lifestyle
If you’re taking Mesterolone more than once a day, follow your doctor’s instructions and take it at regular intervals.
Maintain a fiber-rich diet that includes fruits, vegetables, and whole grains as well as healthy carbs.
Consume food at regular intervals.
Maintain a BMI of 19.5-24.9 to keep your weight under control.
A diet high in whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products is recommended.
While using Mesterolone, your doctor may recommend liver function tests to monitor your liver health and rule out the possibility of liver malignancies.
Your doctor may recommend blood testing and prostate exams on a regular basis.
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Concerns of Patients
Hypogonadism, commonly known as gonad deficit, is a condition in which the gonads are missing. Hypogonadism is a condition in which the sex glands, or gonads (testes in males, ovaries in women), produce insufficient or no hormones. Low serum testosterone, often known as andropause, is the term used to describe this condition in men. Primary and central hypogonadism are the two forms of hypogonadism. Primary hypogonadism is a disorder in which your gonads don’t produce enough hormones as a result of an underlying issue. Central hypogonadism develops when the gonad-controlling areas of the hypothalamus and pituitary gland do not function normally. Loss of body hair, muscle loss, aberrant breast growth, diminished growth of the penis and testicles, erectile dysfunction, osteoporosis, and infertility are all symptoms of hypogonadism in men. Lack of menstruation, sluggish or no breast growth, hot flushes, hair loss, and milky discharge from the breasts are all symptoms of hypogonadism in women.
Androgen deficit is a disorder in which the body’s levels of male sex hormones, particularly testosterone, are low. Androgen deficiency can be caused by issues with the testes and the pituitary gland and hypothalamus. Testosterone replacement treatment is commonly used to treat it.
Mesterolone, a synthetic hormone, is included in Provironum. Provironum is used to substitute testosterone when your body is unable to create enough. By supplying as a natural male hormone, it aids in the treatment of hypogonadism, androgen insufficiency, and reproductive issues.
Mesterolone has the potential to make you gain weight. If you notice any significant weight changes while taking Mesterolone, please visit your doctor and follow his or her instructions.
If you miss a dosage, take it as soon as possible. If your next dose is approaching, skip the missed dose and return to your regular dosing plan. Do not take two doses.
Mesterolone is only used in male patients with low testosterone levels and the difficulties that come with it. It is not recommended for females.
If you have a history of high blood pressure, diabetes, urinary issues, migraines, fits, breathing problems during sleep (sleep apnea), blood disorders (polycythemia), liver (porphyria), or renal disease, mesterolone should be used with caution and under the supervision of a doctor. Mesterolone is not recommended for liver tumors, prostate cancer, male breast cancer, or high calcium levels in the blood (hypercalcemia).