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Who should not take Striant?

Striant is not intended for use by women, especially women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Striant is an FDA pregnancy Category X, which means it is known to cause birth defects. It should not be used by individuals with (male) breast cancer or prostate cancer. Men 65 years of age and older should exercise caution when using Striant, because it increases their risk of prostate enlargement or cancer. Striant should not be taken by men allergic to testosterone products or any components in the drug.

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