During the last year we have had an increase in reports from men stating that they are running out of their testosterone cypionate injections before the refill date. This article will hopefully help mitigate this problem. Lets first rule out those who over-draw the testosterone into the syringe, of course…
Tuesday, 14 October 2014 15:04

Different types of injectable testosterone

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The most common forms of injectable testosterone in the US include Testosterone Cypionate, Testosterone Propionate, Testosterone Enanthate, or a combination of different ester types (ester blend). An 'ester' is basically a chain composed of Hydrogen, Carbon, and Oxygen atoms which are attached to the testosterone molecule which must be broken…
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 14:25

Subcutaneous administration of testosterone

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Commonly prescribed injectable testosterone includes testosterone cypionate, enanthate, and propionate. All three are oil based injectables which have typically been administered by intramuscular injection (IM) using a 1” to 1.5” needle. Click here for more information on the different injectable testosterone esters. For a long time it was thought that…
Monday, 29 September 2014 16:36


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TESTOSTERONE DOES NOT CAUSE HEART ATTACKS It is shocking that the recent study which claimed that testosterone causes heart attacks has found its reach within certain medical circles, then to the masses, considering the obvious flaws within the study itself. Not surprising are the attorney's looking to make a buck…
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