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– Alkylation of the 17a position of testosterone allows oral administration.
– Fluoxymesterone and Oxandrolone are orally active testosterone derivatives.
– Hepatic adverse effects have been associated with 17a-alkylated androgens.
– Androgens can cause masculinization, acne, facial hair growth, and more.
– Testosterone should not be used by pregnant women.
– Excess androgens can cause priapism, impotence, and gynecomastia.

– Androgens can cause masculinization and acne in females.
– Testosterone should not be used by pregnant women.
– Excess androgens can cause priapism, impotence, and gynecomastia.
– Alkylation of testosterone allows oral administration of the hormone.
– Hepatic adverse effects have been associated with 17a-alkylated androgens.

– Androgens can cause masculinization, acne, facial hair growth, and more.
– Testosterone should not be used by pregnant women.
– Excess androgens can cause priapism, impotence, and gynecomastia.
– Alkylation of testosterone allows oral administration.
– Fluoxymesterone and oxandrolone are orally active testosterone derivatives.
– Hepatic adverse effects associated with 17a-alkylated androgens.

– Androgens can cause masculinization, acne, facial hair growth, deepening of voice.
– Excessive muscle development and male pattern baldness can occur.
– Menstrual irregularities may occur in females.
– Testosterone should not be used by pregnant women.
– Excess androgens can cause priapism, impotence, decreased spermatogenesis, and gynecomastia.
– Cosmetic changes may occur in females.
– Androgens can stimulate growth of the prostate.
– Fluoxymesterone and oxandrolone are orally active testosterone derivatives.
– Hepatic adverse effects have been associated with 17a-alkylated androgens.
– Alkylation of the 17a position of testosterone allows oral administration.
– Fluoxymesterone has a longer half-life in the body than natural androgens.