Who shouldn’t consider hormone replacement therapy?

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Who shouldn’t consider hormone replacement therapy?

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Hormone replacement therapy is intended for men 18 years and older. The hormones called androgens (which could be in your specially-formulated prescription) are not for men with breast cancer or known or suspected prostate cancer. AndroLogix therapy programs are not indicated for women, and thus prescriptions must not be used by women. Pregnant women should avoid skin contact with hormone replacement application sites in men. Testosterone may cause fetal harm. In the event that unwashed or unclothed skin to which the treatment solution has been applied does come in direct contact with the skin of a pregnant woman, the general area of contact on the woman should be washed with soap and water as soon as possible.

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