Physicians prescribing Testosterone Injections has been growing dramatically. Younger and more advanced physicians better understand the benefits of normalizing, balancing and optimizing the endocrine system to improve all the symptoms of Low T but also for patients to live a healthier life. The most common way physicians supplement testosterone in the body has always been injections before the recent rise in creams and gels. While many patients hate injections and prefer creams (OK, who enjoys it injections?!) we find most patients prefer the results of testosterone delivered in an injection form and they have higher satisfaction results in our patient self evaluation surveys.
Testosterone Kit Delivered to your Home
If our physician prescribes testosterone, and other hormones, for you, and the two of you decide that an injection is the most appropriate method of delivery, 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. We can provide Intramuscular Injections (IM) or Subcutaneous Injections (Sub q or SQ) depending on how frequently you want to administer and how comfortable you are with injections in the different areas of the body. Our staff will help walk you through the options as well as your first couple of injections.
Types of Testosterone Suspensions and Testosterone Bases
We typically prescribe Testosterone Cypionate with grapeseed oil due to the viscosity and esters but we have many patients that have found better results on Testosterone Enanthate or Testosterone Propionate. We also use different base oils for the suspension. While we typically lean towards grapeseed we also use sesame and cottonseed.
Subcutaneous Testosterone Injections or Subq Injections
We have more or our patients taking Subq Testosteone injections than any other form. Subcutaneous testosterone injections are administered twice weekly which allows for a better, and more smoothed out and balanced, testosterone levels in your system. Subq injections go into the layer of fat on your thigh or by pinching the fat a few inches to the side of your navel. These injections are smaller gauge needles and much easier to self administer than trying to inject into your back hip. There is less damage to the muscle since you are delivering it into the layer of fat.
Subq Testosterone Injection Video
Intramuscular Testosterone Injections or IM Injections
Testosterone has traditionally been delivered through Intramuscular testosterone injections. Most commonly in the glute or the upper outside quadrant of your buttocks by the hip. This will require a larger and longer needle to drive deeper into the muscle. The body building crowd will only use IM testosterone injections because the delivery into the muscle allows it to last longer in your system. We will work with you to find the right delivery method and types of testosterone for you.
You can order testosterone injections online if you go through the complete medical process. Start by contacting us today to set up your first consultation, then fill out your medical history and symptoms, patient consent form, get a local physical exam using our paperwork and we can arrange for your blood test close to you or we can send a blood test kit directly to your home or office. Once your physician develops your diagnosis and prescription and overall treatment plan you will receive your prescription in the mail from a certified US compounding pharmacy.
We believe in balancing the overall hormones of a person. In addition to testosterone your prescriptions may include: Estrogen, Thyroid, DHEA, Progesterone, Cortisol, Aldrosterone, Prognenolone as well as fitness, nutrition and sleep recommendations.
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