Mesterolone

Mesterolone can be considered a derivative ofthe 5a-reduced testosterone metabolite 5a-dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which is protected from rapid metabolism in the liver by a methyl group in position 1 (Gerhards et al. 1966) and thus becomes orally active. It is free of liver toxicity. Unlike testosterone, mesterolone cannot be metabolized to estrogens (Breuer and Gutgemann 1966) and at a molecular level acts like DHT. Because of its limited effectiveness in suppressing pituitary gonadotropin secretion (Aakvaag and Stromme 1974; Gordon et al. 1975) it can only be considered an incomplete androgen. Altogether, mesterolone is not suited for the substitution of hypogonadism. Nevertheless, in 2001 it still represented 12% of all androgen sales in Germany.

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