Subcutaneous Testosterone injections, or Subq testosterone injections, are quickly gaining in popularity by physicians and patients as the easiest way to self administer testosterone treatment injections.
Why Subq Testosterone injections over IM Testosterone injections
Physicians have preferred administering IM, or intramuscular injections, for a very long time because by injecting deeper into the muscle hits the blood stream easier and stays in your system longer. Physicians prefer injecting into the glute, or hip, for this reason. In fact, many physicians schedule injections once a month or twice a month and therefore need to inject intramuscularly. We know that an IM injection peaks your testosterone levels withing 18-24 hours and then sees that level gradually recede back to your standing level in 6-7 days. Unfortunately, with supplemental testosterone your body recognizes the additional amount and that week will slow down your natural production so that after 6 days you will have a lower testosterone level
than you did if your physician never supplement your testosterone levels.
Subcutaneous Testosterone Injection
Subcutaneous testosterone injections, or subq testoserone injections, are growing in popularity for a number of reasons
- Better testosterone level balance with twice weekly subq injections than weekly IM injections
- Subq testosterone injections into the thigh, pinching the fat on the side of your waist, are far easier to self administer than an IM injection into the glute/hip
- Less painful with smaller gauged needles
- No harm or damage to your glute muscle by stabbing it weekly when injecting into your fat
- No risk of accidentally hitting your Sciatic nerve
After years of testing physicians now understand that by injecting into the layer of fat will still reach your systems and effectively distribute testosterone into your system. Twice weekly subq injections will also maintain a consistently higher testosterone level by removing peaks and troughs created by weekly and bi-monthly IM injections.
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Who wants to visit a Physician office every week?
Research shows that it takes on average 18 days to to schedule a physician appointment. The research also shows that there are 121 minutes of wasted time per physician office visit. This is from driving to and from the office, sitting in the waiting room next to sick people, sitting in the office and then spending 3-5 minutes with the nurse before maybe seeing the physician.
Many Physicians, and even the Low T Clinics, require patients to come in once a week for an IM injection. That’s because that is how they make money. They get paid every time you walk into their office.
Now that forward thinking providers are teaching their patients how to self administer testosterone injections we an take a look at the best way to do that and when to do that. IM makes sense for in office injections so the patient doesn’t need to come in twice per week. Subq offers an easier solution, less painful with a smaller gauge needle, less harmful to your muscle and less risk to your sciatic nerve.
Subq Testosterone injection Kit shipped to you
Now that forward thinking providers are teaching their patients how to self administer testosterone injections we an take a look at the best way to do that and when to do that. IM makes sense for in office injections so the patient doesn’t need to come in twice per week. Subq offers an easier solution, less painful with a smaller guage needle, less harmful to your muscle and less risk to your sciatic nerve.
We will mail you a full injection kit direct to your home or office. There are no weekly visits to a local clinic for weekly injections as we will teach you to self-administer the injections in the comfort of home with the guidance and support of our clinical advisers and the medical supervision of our licensed physicians. Our staff will help walk you through the options as well as your first couple of injections.
Optimization and Hormone Balancing
We believe in balancing the overall hormones of a person. In addition to testosterone your prescriptions may include: Estrogen, Estrogen blockers, HGH, Sermorelin, Thyroid, DHEA, Progesterone, Cortisol, Aldrosterone, Prognenolone as well as fitness, nutrition and sleep recommendations.
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