Intramuscular Testosterone Injections:
Your doctor will facilitate the injections, and they will be injected into the muscles of your buttocks. The duration may be every two to three weeks.
While these injections can be beneficial, they also have some side effects which you should discuss with your doctor prior to treatment. Therefore for this reason you should only have them if you are eligible and have low testosterone due to hormonal issues or ageing. It is always best to get yourself checked first and talk to your doctor to make sure that these injections are right for you.
These medicated patches contain testosterone in which you can apply every day to your back, arms, buttocks, or abdomen. You need to rotate the application sites. These patches are intended for hormone replacement in men who are not able to produce enough testosterone, as in the case of hypogonadism or old age.
As you apply the patch, the testosterone will be absorbed through the skin, and then it will enter into your bloodstream, helping your body reach normal testosterone levels. A word of caution though, you should not increase the dosage or use this medication more often or for longer than prescribed by your doctor because of the unpleasant and unhealthy side effects.
Topical Testosterone Cream:
This medication is a modern and convenient form of testosterone medication. You apply the cream daily onto your shoulders, arms, or abdomen. However, this testosterone treatment can also cause side effects. Moreover, it’s important to understand the instructions on application to ensure it is done so safely. Make sure you understand the risk involved.
Avoid having it in contact with your partner and especially with children, if you have any. Make sure they do not touch the medication and the application site itself until it has been absorbed. If you have children at home, make sure you store the cream in a place where you’re absolutely sure your children can’t get to it….after all it’s a medication.
Male Hormone Replacement Online
Online HRT medical providers simply eliminate the geographic and logistical constraints that have prevented many adults from being able to access Low T treatments. Doctors have taken advantage of digital technology and the internet to inform, test, diagnose and treat patients suffering from undesirable Low T symptoms. The blood tests will of course be performed at local clinical testing labs located all throughout Australia.
The results will then be submitted to the online clinic, along with the results of other specifically required medical examinations. The doctors can evaluate them, including the patient’s specific symptoms, and will provide a diagnosis. After which, an appropriate medically prescribed TRT treatment plan will be provided to the patient.