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Who should not take Depo-Testosterone?

Certain people should not take Depo-Testosterone in order to avoid potential complications or side effects. If you're allergic to any ingredient in Depo-Testosterone (testosterone cypionate, cottonseed oil, benzyl alcohol), you shouldn't take this medication. If you're a male and you have prostate cancer, breast cancer, or if you have liver, kidney or heart problems, don't take Depo-Testosterone. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding also should not take Depo-Testosterone. Talk to your doctor before taking Depo-Testosterone if you have diabetes, high blood calcium levels, high cholesterol levels, heart disease or lung disease. You should also talk to a doctor before taking Depo-Testosterone if you have sleep apnea or are obese. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns about whether you should take Depo-Testosterone.

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