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What are the side effects of fluoxymesterone?

Common side effects of fluoxymesterone include: deepening of voice; headaches; facial hair growth; irregular or missing menstrual periods; mood changes; prolonged, painful erections or increased number of erections; clitoral swelling; acne; breast swelling or tenderness; changes in libido; edema (fluid retention); upset stomach; anxiety; depression; hoarseness; vomiting; upset stomach; tingling, burning, prickling sensations; elevated cholesterol levels; elevated blood calcium levels and lowered sperm production. Some side effects of fluoxymesterone may be serious. Seek medical help right away if you experience any of the following side effects: weight gain; vomiting; skin color changes; edema (fluid retention); nausea; excessive or unusual bleeding; difficult urination (in men and boys); jaundice (yellowing of the eyes or skin). If you experience any of the symptoms of a severe allergic reaction to fluoxymesterone, this is a medical emergency, call 911. Symptoms of an allergic reaction might include: swelling of the lips, eyes, tongue, face or mouth; hives; rash; feeling of tightness in the chest or difficulty breathing.

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