Contraindications: It is not indicated to administer testosterone cypionate if you have sensitivity to the drug, prostate or prostate cancer, prostatic hypertrophy with symptoms of urinary system disorders, nephrotic or nephrotic stage of nephritis, edema, hypercalcemia, liver dysfunction, diabetes and coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction with internal anamnesis, atherosclerosis with older men in the interior, pregnancy, lactation. Administration: The administration of testosterone cypionate is determined individually only with intramuscular injection, the dose also depends on age, sex or disease. The optimal dose administered to adults is 50-200 mg and is administered intramuscularly once a week. During therapy with cypionate, one should not exceed 400 mg per month. The duration of the treatment is established individually. In hypogonadal men, the recommended doses of eunuchoidism are 50 to 400 mg every 2-4 weeks. The retention of sexual maturation is treated with a dose of 50-200 mg every 2-4 weeks for 4-6 months. Inoperable breast cancer in women by 200-400 mg every 2-4 weeks. This medicine should not be given intravenously! Precautions: In case of side effects, it is necessary to stop the administration. After treating the side effects, you can repeat the treatment with smaller doses. People with heart or latent heart failure, impaired renal function, hypertension, epilepsy, or migraine (or a history of the presence of these conditions) should be monitored because androgens can cause sodium retention and in some cases water retention. During the therapy period, liver functions will be monitored. Patients suffering from breast cancer, hypernephroma, lung cancer, bone metastases should control the level of calcium in the blood and urine. Testosterone in prepubertal adolescents should be administered with caution to prevent premature growth arrest and puberty.