Testosterone Injections for Men – Shots, Side Effects, Dosage …

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 25th, 2018

Testosterone injections aren't generally discussed as a first line treatment option when starting testosterone replacement.

There are many androgen preparations on the market such as; gels (Androgel and Testim), creams, pills (Andriol), pellets and patches.

However the marketing efforts of pharmaceutical companies are quite effective at influencing your doctor's prescribing habits away from the older and more effective (testosterone shots/injections).

What's sad to say... they are all inferior to the much older technology of testosterone injections, IM (intramuscular) when treating hypogonadism.

It's not what you'd generally think is supposed to happen. Isn't medical science supposed to come out with newer and better products?

The thing is... not everyone loves needles. Understandably so.

So in lieu of this, we have many alternatives that have very poor absorption, leading to less efficacy and worse outcomes.

What's the point? Why use a less invasive method if it's barely going to work? There are limited testosterone side effects.

They allow for higher and more stable testosterone levels, and are 5-10 times cheaper!

All the other testosterone formulations are self-limiting in how much testosterone can be absorbed.

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