Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)

Here are some of the current options for Testosterone Replacement Therapy. We do not give medical advice and it is recommended that you consult with your doctor.

Matt on the left and Ryan on the right. Both men have Klinefelter syndrome .

Types of Testosterone*

Cypionate Intramuscular Injection*

Injected directly into the muscle syringe and needle.  

Andro Gel 1.62%*

Androgel and Testim are two examples of brands. The gel is clear and applied to the upper body. It is absorbed thru the skin.  The dose is usually in pumps or packets and depends on what your doctor prescribes you.

Cypionate Subcutaneous Injection*

 Injected directly into the fat using a syringe and needle.

Worn on the arm thigh or upper body where there is no hair. It’s applied once a day.

Testopel*

Testosterone pellets are implanted under the skin, they slowly release testosterone over the course of three to six months depending on the dosage. A short, simple procedure is performed in your doctor’s office to implant the pellets under the skin, usually near your love handle.

AUTO-INJECTOR TESTOSTERONE*

XYOSTED is a prescription medicine that contains testosterone enanthate. XYOSTED is used to treat adult males who have low or no testosterone due to certain medical conditions.

 

JATENZO Oral Pill (Swallowed)*

JATENZO is a proprietary soft gel capsule that contains a testosterone (T) prodrug, T undecanoate, or TU, formulated to foster absorption via the intestinal lymphatic system. After oral TU is absorbed, endogenous enzymes in the body cause T to be released from the prodrug. This proprietary formulation enhances the bioavailability of TU and reduces the impact of food on the absorption.

Deodorant Stick*

Applied under the armpit. Popular in Australia.

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