I think my testosterone medication is causing high blood pressure. What do I do?

Talk to your doctor. You are possibly correct. Testosterone supplements (cream, injetions, etc) can cause blood pressure to rise through more than one mechanism. You need to talk to your doctor about why did you start the medication (a number, a severe problem), whether to continue/decrease/stop, and to look into other possible causes/treatments for high blood pressure.
See your MD. Hello, the most appropriate action: call your prescribing physician and ask this question.

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How does high blood pressure decrease levels of testosterone in your body and limit your sex drive?

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Can a person with high blood pressure take anobolic testosterone supplements?

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Are there other 18 year olds who deal with sleep apnea, major stress, high blood pressure, low testosterone, and more? I'm so scared for my future

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Can I still get big muscles with sleep apnea, high blood pressure, and low testosterone? I am 18. And male.

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