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High testosterone levels (45 ng/dl)
My sister is already a patient of thyroid, and now she is diagnosed with high testosterone levels of 45ng/dl for which doctor has recommended to take DYTOR tablet once in 5 days. However, nowhere online I found that dytor tab is used for decreasing testosterone levels. I am concerned whether she should start taking this tablet or not. Please advise. Prescription is attached.
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Can’t be sure about the indication for which it was prescribed. But it doesn’t have role in Testosterone levels
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