Cernos Gel 1%w/w
|US Brand Name||AndroGel|
|Generic Name||Testosterone Gel|
|Manufacture||Sun Pharma Laboratories,India|
About the brand Cernos Gel 1%w/w (Testosterone)
Cernos gel is a medicine which is manufactured by Sun Pharma Laboratories, India and contains testosterone as its primary medical ingredient.
About the drug Cernos Gel 1%w/w (Testosterone)
Cernos gel contains testosterone which comes under the class known as androgens. Testosterone is a primary male sex hormone which is required by the body for complete development of sex organs. It is also required for proper puberty and growth in secondary sex organs. Cernos gel is recommended to patients who lack testosterone in the body. When the testosterone levels in the body is low, then supplements are recommended for proper development. Cernos gel acts as a supplement for depleting levels of testosterone. Although testosterone is a male sex hormone, it is also required in females for proper developement of sexual organs. Females need less amount of testosterone than males.
Manufacturer of Cernos Gel 1%w/w (Testosterone)
Cernos gel is manufactured by Sun pharmaceuticals in India which is an Indian multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It manufactures and sells pharmaceutical formulations and active pharmaceutical.
Strength and Dosage of Cernos Gel 1%w/w(Testosterone)
Cernos gel is available in the strength of 5 mg having 1% weight by weight testosterone.
US brands equivalent to Cernos Gel 1%w/w(Testosterone)
US brands that are equivalent to cernos gel are as follows:
1. Andro gel
Uses of Cernos Gel 1%w/w(Testosterone)
Cernos gel is a testosterone supplement, therefore it is primarily used to overcome the deficiencies of testosterone in the body. Therefore, it is used for problems like:
- Breast cancer
- Delayed puberty in males
- Gender dysphoria
- Klinefelter Syndrome
- Postpartum breast pain
How Cernos Gel 1%w/w(Testosterone) works?
Cernos gel works by overcoming the decline in the levels of sex hormones. It restores the depleting level of testosterone in the body and leads to the proper development of sex hormones.
How to take Cernos Gel 1%w/w(Testosterone)?
Cernos gel is a topical cream that is applied on the skin of a person. Generally, it is applied on the sites of the body like shoulder, upper arm, and abdomen area.
Dosage of Cernos Gel 1%w/w(Testosterone)
The dose of cernos gel should be done as recommended by the doctor. However, generally, the dose is 50 mg once a day. Always complete the course and apply this gel until your doctor asks you to stop. Do not apply after that as it will be the overdose.
Drug interactions with Cernos Gel 1%w/w(Testosterone)
It is believed that there are approximately 133 drugs that are known to interact with cernos gel or particularly testosterone. Some of the medications or drugs that are known to interact with cernos gel are as follows:
- Hypertension drugs
- Drugs for heart ailment
When not to take Cernos Gel 1%w/w(Testosterone)?
Some conditions in which using cernos gel is not recommended and those conditions are as follows:
1. You are allergic to testosterone or any ingredient present in cernos gel.
2. You are taking any medicine that is known to interact with cernos gel.
Side effects of Cernos Gel 1%w/w(Testosterone)
Many times, cernos gel leads to the occurrence of some side effects that can range from person to person in the form of both frequency and severity. Some of the side effects of cernos gel are as follows:
- Changes in sexual desires
Overdose of Cernos Gel 1%w/w(Testosterone)
Overdose of cernos gel is strictly prohibited. Ensure that you use only the recommended amount of gel. Overdose of this gel is associated with the occurrence of many side effects that can be severe and some of the side effects include sudden change in sexual desires and extreme headache.
General information regarding Cernos Gel 1%w/w(Testosterone)
1. Wash your hands properly before applying gel on the skin.
2. Do not let anyone touch you on the area where you have applied the gel.
3. Keep this gel out of reach of children.
4. Share your medical history with your doctor.