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6 minutes ago ReachingForRemission1MoreX responded: HI Ms. Louise, How are you doing today?
I was wondering if you could share some insight and info relative to the use of Depo-Testoserone IM with patients with long term UC that are currently receiving Remicade IV Tx. Are there risks relative to the 'activating' characteristics of Testosterone that would render it's use contraindicated or potentially suspect relative to facilitating colon cancer or at least, flare-up of UC Symptoms?
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ReachingForRemission1MoreX Thanks for your Reply! [a style="CURSOR: pointer; COLOR: #006699">Report This | Share this:Crohn's and Colitis Exchange HI, I was wondering if anyone could share some insight and info relative to the use of Depo-Testoserone IM with patients with long term UC that are currently receiving Remicade IV Tx. Are there risks relative to the 'activating' characteristics of Testosterone that would render it's use contraindicated or potentially suspect relative to facilitating colon cancer or at least, flare-up of UC Symptoms? <br />Thanks,<br />ReachingForRemission1MoreX [a id=A1 class=exchange-reply-link style="CURSOR: pointer; COLOR: #006699" name=A1 rel=resource>
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