Buy Testosterone | Types of Testosterone Replacement Therapy Programs, Injections, Cream and Gel

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

testosterone-specialist-doctorTestosterone is the male sex hormone responsible for many of the physical and emotional traits of men. It creates the deeper voices, sex drive, aggression and, of course, larger muscles in men and keeps fat in check. Testosterone makes the muscles retain more nitrogen, which in turn makes the muscle synthesize proteins better, producing larger muscles. Hormone replacement therapy with Testosterone Replacement Therapy in the form of Testosterone Injections, Testosterone Cream or Testosterone Gel, is a breakthrough Low T program for men over the age of 30 with low testosterone levels. Remember as we discussed there are 3 types of delivery methods for testosterone, injectable testosterone, testosterone in the form of Testosterone cream, or testosterone in the form of gel. Which one do u think is right for u? If you do not like testosterone injections on a weekly basis, testosterone cream or testosterone gel is probably a better choice. These transdermal delivery methods of Testosterone require the application on a daily basis, while injections can be done 1 to 2x a week, depending on the dose.  Contact us now and fill our our medical history form to find out more about our testosterone replacement therapy treatments.

Downside of Testosterone

The downside to testosterone  is that they aromatize, or turn into estrogen, in the body. When the body has too much estrogen it begins to take on female characteristics such as gynocomastia, water retention, fat gain, loss of sex drive and testicular shrinkage. These "feminine" like symptoms are all most certain side effects of taking testosterone and letting it aromatize in the body. Arimadex can be taken with Testosterone therapy programs to block estrogen, because it is very important to make sure you control estrogen levels.

testosterone moleculesSince testosterone is the primary male androgen, we should also expect to see pronounced androgenic side effects with this drug. Much intensity is related to the rate in which the body converts testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This is the tricky metabolite responsible for the high prominence of androgenic side effects associated with testosterone use. This includes the development of oily skin, acne, body/facial hair growth and male pattern balding. Those worried that they may have a genetic tendency toward male pattern baldness may wish to avoid testosterone altogether. It is also important to remember that the use of an injectable testosterone will quickly suppress endogenous testosterone production. It is therefore mandatory to complete a proper post cycle therapy, consisting of HCG and other ancillary drugs at the conclusion of a TRT program, and during the TRT program. This should help the user avoid a strong “crash” due to hormonal imbalance, which can strip away much of the new muscle mass and strength. Of course we cannot expect to retain every pound of new bodyweight after a TRT program.

This is especially true whenever we are withdrawing a strong aromatizing androgen like testosterone, as a considerable drop in weight and strength are to be expected as retained water is excreted. This should not be of much concern; instead the user should focus on ancillary drug therapy so as to preserve the solid mass underneath. Fill out our contact form and give us a call to speak with us about our programs.

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