Another Fortesta Application Site Question

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Brad Says:


Is the main concern with application site the issue of transfer to other surfaces/people/pets etc? I'm having to switch to Foresta from Androgel, and my preferred site for Androgel was the chest/abdomen area, which worked well (verified by blood levels). Fortesta seems to take longer to dry and is irritating my thigh a little, and if transfer is the only issue, I'd like to try it on the chest; I can manage the transfer issue.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Brad! How are you?

That risk is the only reason they list, but you should double check with your doctor, in case there may be some other issue at play.

Learn more Fortesta details here.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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