The safest and most commonly used antiandrogens are
- GnRH blocker injections
In rare cases these are not able to be used and people wish to be prescribed cyproterone or bicalutamide.
In order to switch to either of these medications, we will first need to see some blood test results for testosterone, oestradiol, and liver function (LFT). The doctor may ask for further blood tests based on your individual case. You may also be asked to book a consultation with the doctor based on your individual case.
Once you have the above blood test results, you may submit a prescription request here with the results attached for the doctor to review.
If you are prescribed either of these medications, we will need to see blood test results for testosterone, oestradiol, and liver function (LFT) every three months for ongoing monitoring purposes.