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              Testosterone: A introductory look

Testosterone is a hormone that is produced by the testes in men and ovaries in women. This male sex hormone stimulates the development of male sexual characteristics, such as muscle mass, facial hair, and deepening voice. It also plays an important role in sperm production, bone formation, red blood cell count, and other aspects of physical health. Testosterone levels are typically highest at around age 30-40 years old before they decline with aging. Low testosterone can significantly affect health, including fatigue or loss of energy, depression or mood swings or inability to sleep well at night. Risk factors for low testosterone include obesity (particularly abdominal fat), lack of exercise, which increases insulin resistance leading to type 2 diabetes mellitus, inadequate sleep duration and poor diet quality, promoting inflammation. If you think you may be experiencing symptoms of low T, please consult your healthcare professional.

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Testosterone: Its Medical and non-medical use.

Testosterone also it’s important in medical uses. For example, testosterone can be used to treat conditions such as impotence, muscle weakness and obesity. In addition, the FDA approved testosterone for treating certain types of breast cancer in both adult males and females. Testosterone therapy via injection may cause more side effects than other methods, but it is often the most effective treatment for low testosterone production or loss due to aging or chemotherapy.

Testosterone also has been used by many athletes and bodybuilders to build muscle mass. The use of testosterone can also help with weight loss, as it increases lean muscle tissue and decreases fat storage. In addition, testosterone is known for its ability to increase libido in both men and women.

           Which Type of Testosterone is Right For You?

The testosterone drug market is lucrative, with many people suffering from low levels of hormone and an aging population. With such high demand for drugs, it can be hard to know what type is best for you. Here are some types of testosterone drugs that may help:

Oral steroids- these come in pill form and dissolve into your system quickly. They’re not as powerful as injectable steroids, but they do work if taken consistently and correctly.

Testosterone gels- this gel comes in a pump bottle or tube and needs to be applied daily on clean skin. It’s absorbed through the skin, so there’s no need to put needles near sensitive areas like hair follicles or genitals.

Injection testosterone- this is one of the most common methods for getting testosterone. It’s preferred because it provides a steady level of hormone that keeps blood test results consistent.

Testosterone patches come in a patch form and are worn on the arm, leg, or stomach. Unfortunately, they’re only used twice a week, so they’re not as effective at raising testosterone levels.

Testosterone implant- this is a small pellet that is inserted into the buttocks or arm. Once inserted, it remains in place for 4-6 months.

            Testosterone: Side effects and risk involved

People have used testosterone to improve their athletic performance or physique. However, there are many side effects involved with taking testosterone supplements which can include: weight gain (especially around the abdomen), high cholesterol levels; enlargement of breast tissue; acne; more elevated risk for heart disease; prostate cancer; liver damage; sleep apnea; infertility problems (in both sexes); enlarged clitoris in girls who go through puberty early).

An example of a side effect from injectable testosterone therapy ( Medical use) includes testicular atrophy, which occurs when the body’s testes produce no sperm cells because they’ve shrunken considerably after taking this type of medication.


                     Dosage form and strength

Tesosterone topical gel

  • 1% conatins 1.25g testosterone per 1.25g of g
  • 6% contains 20.25mg testosterone per 1.25g of gel.

Oral capsule (undecanoate)

  • 158mg contains 158mg testosterone undercanoate/capsule.
  • 198mg contains 198mg testosterone undercanoate/capsule.
  • 237mg contains 237mg testosterone undercanoate/capsule.

Injectable solution (cypionate)

  • 100mg/ml contains 100mg testosterone cypionate/ml injectable solution.
  • 200mg/ml contains 200mg testosterone cypionate/ml injectable solution.

Injectable solution (enanthate)

  • 200mg/ml contains 200mg testosterone enanthate/ml injectable solution.

Injectable solution (undecanoate)

  • 250mg/ml contains 250mg testosterone undercanoate/ml injectable solution.

Pellet implants

  • 5mg contains 12.55 mg testosterone per pellet.
  • 25mg contains 75 mg testosterone per pellet.
  • 5mg contains 37.5 mg testosterone per pellet.
  • 50mg contains 50 mg testosterone per pellet.
  • 75mg contains 75 mg testosterone per pellet.

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