Venlafaxine Er 37 5 Tests Required

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kuldip Says:

I am taking Venlafaxine Er 37 5 for last one month, please guide what are the tests which can be done along with taking this medicine? Testosterone free and total comes at low level, GP asked for testosterone replacement therapy injections, due to severe obs,sleep apnea and due non usage of CPAP, I am confused a bit should I start testosterone injection?

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Verwon Says:

I'm not sure what types of tests you are wanting to have done.

Venlafaxine is an antidepressant and other than watching your serotonin levels, there are no special tests required while you're under treatment with it. It isn't known to have major effects on your body's hormone levels and etc.

Learn more Venlafaxine details here.

As to your testosterone, that's something you should really discuss with a medical professional.

How low were your levels?

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kuldip Says:

Thanks, do your knowledge about DHEAS test, it shows low in my recent blood work. DHEAS comes under Endocrine,
you are correct that there is no test required, still medicine Venlafaxine, treats two chemical of brain, we never know when these get over,.
Neurotransmitter may involve other factors.
For DHEAS tests,should I ask my GP for endo to test Pituitary and adernal glands

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