Reasons why you may prefer other forms of testosterone replacement therapy:
Must be performed by a health care provider
Will experience a peak after the injection, but you may also feel it wear off
About Testosterone Injections
One of the reasons that testosterone injections are so common and effective is that the dosage can be altered as necessary throughout your treatment (this option isn’t available in other forms of therapy, such as pellets). Follow-up visits are scheduled every 7–10 days. These shots must be administered in our office by your health care provider. Although some clinics offer a self-administering injection option, we believe that treatment is safer and more effective when your results and dosages are monitored by trained and experienced personnel.
Testosterone injections are administered directly into your muscle. Common injection sites include the upper thigh, the deltoid, and the buttocks. Once you receive the injection, you will probably experience a spike in testosterone that will gradually wear off over the next several days before your next follow-up visit. These highs and lows are one of the downsides to this form of testosterone replacement therapy. Although other methods can deliver a steadier amount of testosterone throughout the treatment, they also don’t have that initial jumpstart, which is one of the appealing factors of testosterone injections.
If you’re interested in testosterone injections, give us a call today at (817) 369.3506 or click here to send us a message. We’ll schedule an initial appointment and help you figure out if testosterone injections are right for you. We have two convenient office locations in Colleyville and Fort Worth.