For men with low testosterone

Bear hug
type of guy?

You have children and don't want
to worry about them coming in
contact with your medicine. The
testosterone in Androderm® is
contained in a patch that touches
your skin only, so go ahead and give
those bear hugs. LEARN MORE

High Five
type of guy?

You like hanging out with your
friends and don't want to put
them at risk. With Androderm®
there is minimal risk of spreading
testosterone, so go ahead and
give that high five. LEARN MORE

Firm Handshake
type of guy?

You're busy with work and don't
have time to deal with insurance
companies. Androderm® is
covered by the majority of plans,
so keep shaking on those deals.

Androderm® is used to treat adult males who have low or no testosterone.

You should not use Androderm® if you have breast cancer, known or suspected prostate cancer, or if you have pre-existing heart, kidney, or liver disease. You should also not use Androderm® if you are a pregnant or breastfeeding woman, as testosterone may cause fetal harm. If you have an enlarged prostate (BPH), you should be monitored for worsening signs and symptoms. Women and children should not be exposed to Androderm®. Taking testosterone may lead to a condition in which there are no sperm in the semen, and if you have risk factors, may cause sleep apnea (abnormal pauses in breathing). Your healthcare provider should monitor you for prostate specific antigen (PSA), liver function, lipids, and blood parameters. The most common adverse events in a study of 36 patients treated with Androderm® were skin irritation (itching at the application site), application site blisters, and back pain.

Androderm® is available only by prescription.

To report suspected adverse events, contact Actavis Pharma, Inc. at 1-800-272-5525 or FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or

Please see full Prescribing Information.

Models are for illustrative purposes only.