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dose testim show up in 10 panel drug test ## My answer to your question would be no. Reason being is that the 10-panel drug screen tests for the illegal drugs, like cocaine, angel dust, heroin and marijuana. Some prescription drugs have the potential to become addictive, so the 10-panel drug test also screens for several legal drugs that are also known to be drugs of abuse. The test screens for tricyclic antidepressants, benzodiazepines, opiates, methadone, barbiturates and methamphetamine. Since testim (testosterone) is a naturally present hormone, I would think that all they could do is check your levels as opposed to accusing you of supplementing with it. Anyone else have input on this?

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I just started Testim today after being diagnosed with Low-T. Not sure what my tested levels were at the moment, but have a call into my Dr to get this info. My wife is very concerned with this drug. She has read that it is dangerous to her and my 6 year old daughter. My first dose (1%) was this morning and I followed the instructions for application. I have noted a strong smell on my hands and I am afraid to touch anything much less my daughter. I am wearing a shirt, but my wife is still nervous about it. What can I tell my wife that would ease her concerns? I want to give this treatment a chance. I have weak erections, I have been gaining weight in which I thought was normal, decrease in muscle mass, trouble concentrating at work, etc…. At first I thought I was ADD or something ...


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