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Testosterone Replacement Therapy by Injections for Men with Low Testosterone Levels
Testosterone: Injectable Testosterone dosing for LOW T – The testosterone hormone dosage for injectable testosterone depends upon which testosterone ester is being used as well as the patient’s medical history, current free testosterone levels, the patient’s preference of delivery method, and an individual’s response to the type of hormone prescribed.
Prescription testosterone dosages vary between approximately 50 mg to 400 mg per intermuscular injection, again depending on the ester type and the prescribed dosing regimen proposed by your physician. The average bi-weekly dose injected is about 200-250 mg but some men inject 100 mg every week or every 10 days depending upon their systems response and the physicians recommendations. Injections are most effective because they deliver testosterone directly into system avoiding some of the absorption problems experienced with other forms of testosterone administration.
Types of Injectable Testosterone
There are a number of different types of injectable testosterone. The drug names for the same ester of testosterone may also differ depending on the company who manufactures or distributes it. Testosterone esters are typically suspended in either cottonseed oil or sesame seed oil. This allows the testosterone to be absorbed over a week to two week period. Some men find that they may have an allergic or skin reaction to one of the oils. Certain brand-name testosterone esters are mass produced using one oil or the other, but by using a compounding pharmacy, you can have any testosterone ester suspended in your choice of oil.
Injectable Esters for Low Testosterone Therapy:
Testosterone enanthate:The chemical formula is C26H40O3. Testosterone enanthate is one of the main forms of testosterone prescribed to trans men in the United States. It is a slow-acting ester with a release time between 8-10 days. The name-brand of Testosterone-enanthate available in the United States is called “Delatestryl ®,” which is suspended in sesame oil. Testosterone enanthate is typically injected anywhere between once every week to once every three weeks. Generic testosterone enanthate can also be obtained through a compounding pharmacy; such pharmacies can mix T-enanthate in sesame, cotton seed, or any other appropriate oil.
Testosterone cypionate: The chemical formula is C27H40O3. Testosterone cypionate is the other main injectable form of testosterone prescribed to men in the United States. It is a slow-acting ester with a release time between 8-10 days, similar to that of enanthate. The name-brand of Testosterone-cypionate available in the United States is called “Depo-Testosterone,” which is suspended in cottonseed oil. Testosterone cypionate is typically injected anywhere between once every week to once every three weeks. Generic testosterone cypionate can also be obtained through a compounding pharmacy; such pharmacies can mix T-cypionate in sesame, cotton seed, or any other appropriate oil.
Sustanon: “Sustanon” is the brand name for two formulas of injectable testosterone that contain a blend of esters. “Sustanon 100” contains three testosterone esters: testosterone propionate (C22H32O3), testosterone phenylpropionate (C28H36O3), and testosterone isocaproate (C25H3803). “Sustanon 250” contains four testosterone esters: testosterone propionate (C22H32O3), testosterone phenylpropionate (C28H36O3), testosterone isocaproate (C25H3803), and testosterone decanoate (C29H4603). Both formulas feature fast-acting and slow-acting esters, and can be injected anywhere from once every week to once every four weeks. Sustanon is normally prescribed outside of the United States.
Testosterone propionate: Chemical formula C22H32O3 Testosterone propionate is a fast-acting ester with a release time of 3-4 days. To keep blood levels from fluctuating greatly, testosterone propionate is usually injected between one to three times a week. Brand names of testosterone propionate include “Testovis” and “Virormone.”
Testosterone phenylpropionate: Chemical formula C28H36O3 Testosterone phenylpropionate is a slow-acting ester, with a release time of 1-3 weeks. A popular name brand for T-phenylpropionate is “Testolent.” Testosterone phenylpropionate is also one of the components of Sustanon and Omnadren.
Omnadren “Omnadren” is the brand name for a blend of four testosterone esters: testosterone propionate (C22H32O3), testosterone phenylpropionate (C28H36O3), testosterone isocaproate (C25H3803), and testosterone decanoate (C29H4603). In the past, Omnadren consisted of a blend of different esters, but now is essentially the same formula as Sustanon, mentioned above. It features both fast-acting and slow-acting esters, and can be injected anywhere from once every week to once every four weeks. It is sometimes prescribed in parts of Europe.
Aqueous testosterone suspension in the United States, injectable aqueous (non-esterified) testosterone is available, but it is very short-acting and is completely released in the system within a matter of hours. The brand name for aqueous testosterone suspension is “Aquaviron ®.”
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