Testosterone Replacement Therapy

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  • Cypionate Grapeseed Oil

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    Testosterone cypionate and enanthate are the most common esters prescribed in the US. Both esters became available for use during the 1950s and have been the most popular options for injection therapy since. Both are similar in release and require a minimum of one injection per week to maintain serum testosterone levels. Cypionate and enanthate can be administered in more frequent subcutaneous injections (2-3 injections per week) which is preferred by some patients who want more stable levels with fewer peaks.Testosterone cypionate releases testosterone over 8 days with small amounts remaining for up to two weeks. Injections are usually administered every 3-4 days or every 7 days.

  • Testosterone Transdermal Cream

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    While all topical and transdermal compounds are applied to the skin, only the transdermal formulations are designed to penetrate through the skin layer and exert their effects on deeper or more distant tissues. … Topical compounds only minimally penetrate the skin layer which is its designed intent.