Fortesta Application Site

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Mike Says:


4 pumps of fortesta to the inner thigh is very greasy. I was on androgel before I was switched to fortesta due to insurance other than transfer issues to other people are other application sites ok? Or will they absorb even better? I would much rather spread it on other approved gel areas so that it might dry faster.


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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mike! How are you?

As far as I know, the transfer to women and children is the primary issue, but it would be best to double check that with your doctor or pharmacist.

Is there anything else I can help with?


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Kacee Says:
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So, if Forteo can be taken for only 2 years because of it's potential to cause Bone Cancer, has anyone been told by a Doctor as to what a Woman's supposed to do for Osteoporosis after that?!?

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