Testeron is a drug used to treat certain conditions, including high blood pressure, high cholesterol and kidney disease.
It is often used for the treatment of diabetes, heart failure, obesity and depression.
But it’s been banned in the United States since 2007, because it was found to be a synthetic form of anabolic steroids.
It’s been shown to cause erectile dysfunction and sexual dysfunction, and to have a high risk of addiction.
There are also concerns about its use as a recreational drug, and because it is illegal in the U.S., it can be difficult to find in Canada.
But some male testers say they are seeing male doctors using it for their own purposes, such as helping them gain weight, and as an anesthetic for pain.
Dr. Richard Shum, who has treated many male tasters, says he’s seen it being used as a pain medication, an anesthetics, a diuretic and even as a vasodilator.
“We’ve had a lot of males who have used testerones and felt really good.
They’re doing things that have a lot more effect than they’re going to ever have on someone else,” he said.
He says he also sees men using it as an aphrodisiac and aphrodiabetic.
“In men, testosterone can cause erection, which is why men tend to use testosterone enemas for an erection,” he explained.
But the drugs are used in different ways, and are sometimes prescribed to treat various conditions.
Dr Shum says he has seen a lot, from a male doctor who is treating erectile problems, to a male nurse using it to treat menopausal symptoms.
He’s also seen men taking it for the same condition in the same doctor, but with different names, and sometimes in different patients.
He also saw one male doctor prescribing it for erectile disorders, and another male doctor prescribed it to help a man with diabetes.
“It’s been pretty much all over the place.
I’ve seen it used to relieve pain and to relieve a lot different things.
The doctor said that he’s been prescribing it to men who have diabetes for years, and the patients are just like, ‘Oh my God, this is so great,'” Dr Shum said.
“It’s really, really effective.”
Dr Shrum says he doesn’t think male tests are an issue that’s going to be resolved anytime soon.
“I would say that this is not going to disappear anytime soon, and I think it’s going have an impact on a lot men’s health issues, because these drugs are not always prescribed in the right form and the right dosage,” he says.
The U.K.’s Health and Social Care Information Centre says male tosterones are illegal to prescribe and are not approved for use in the country.
The Canadian Association of Sexual Health Professionals says the health risks are not limited to males, and that it has no experience with male testing.
“The male titterone can cause cardiovascular disease and a number of other diseases including heart failure.
Male titterones are known to be associated with high rates of cardiovascular disease, including myocardial infarction and stroke, and may cause erections and other sexual dysfunction,” the association says.”
For a male to have erectile difficulties, it’s not just an issue of his penis.
It can affect his overall health and wellbeing as well.”
Male testeroning can cause side effects.
Dr Shump says that while he sees it being prescribed for erections, he also finds it is causing problems with his heart.
“He’s not happy.
He’s complaining of heart palpitations and dizziness.
It takes a lot to bring it down,” he explains.
Male testers have told CBC News they believe the problem is with the drug’s potency, which makes it difficult to get it to work correctly, and it can also affect a man’s libido, which can lead to sexual dysfunction.
They also say the side effects can be very unpleasant, and they feel like they are going to have to stop using the drug.
Dr John Whelan, an associate professor of urology at York University, says there are some concerns that male tagers are using the drugs to increase their sexual performance.
“Some guys use it to try to have more sexual desire, or to try and get a better sexual response.
Some guys take it for other reasons.
I can’t speak for all male tterses, but I think the risk of side effects is certainly greater for them than it is for a woman,” he told CBC’s Power & Politics.”
So, they may use it for an erectile issue, and maybe they are getting it from an erector, and there’s also the risk that they are taking the drug to get more sexual activity.”
Whelan says that’s one reason male t