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NATESTO® (testosterone) Nasal Gel CIII | Patient Site - NATESTO® (testosterone) Nasal Gel CIII is used to treat adult males with low or no testosterone and with conditions associated with low or no testosterone.

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  • cathy jankowiak - GREAT product

    LOVE this device. we have a one year old daughter and wanted to make sure her room stayed within a certain temperature range, especially overnight. prior to this device, we were just going by feeling--did it feel "too warm" or "too cold" when one of us walked in? now i just open the app if i want to check--and there's an alarm feature that will notify you if the temperature goes outside of a range you set. this thing works perfectly--and exactly as advertised.

  • Allison Watts - Deceptive sales pitch and denied warranty

    I bought a new Highlander Sept 2013. A sales person talked me into getting the complete Xzilon treatment of almost $2000. I was assured the treatment meant anything....ANYTHING....would be covered except maybe a knife through the seat. So when my son accidentilly dumped diesel in the floorboards I thought I was covered. NO!!!!! They denied my claim saying it was one of the exempted items covered in section XX, paragraph YY, subparagraph ZZ.....fine print..toxic substance