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(Generic versions may still be available.)


An information brochure containing instructions for the use of TESTODERM (testosterone (transdermal)) TTS is available. A separate instruction booklet is available for TESTODERM (testosterone (transdermal)) and TESTODERM (testosterone (transdermal)) WITH ADHESIVE. These booklets contain important information and instructions on how to properly use and dispose of the TESTODERM (testosterone (transdermal)) products. Patients should be encouraged to ask questions of the physician and pharmacist.

Advise patients of the following:

  • TESTODERM (testosterone (transdermal)) TTS should not be applied to the scrotum.
  • TESTODERM (testosterone (transdermal)) and TESTODERM (testosterone (transdermal)) WITH ADHESIVE are designed for application to scrotal skin only.
  • The TESTODERM (testosterone (transdermal)) products should be applied once daily to dry, clean skin. If the TESTODERM (testosterone (transdermal)) product has come off after it has been worn for more than 12 hours and it cannot be reapplied, the patient may wait until the next routine application time to apply a new system.

Last reviewed on RxList: 12/8/2004
This monograph has been modified to include the generic and brand name in many instances.

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