What is the difference between androgel and testim?
androgel and testim are both testosterone. What is the difference between them?
Asked by Jewel Postiglione 1 month ago.
Chemically there isn't much difference but Androgel costs more than Testim. Also androgel has a better steady state level once you apply it on the skin but testim drops down to a lower level quicker. They both will last about 24 hours before returning to pre-dose levels but androgel doesn't completely leave the body until 48 hours once you've reached a steady state, which takes about 3- 4 days using a 5 gram packet each day. Injections of testosterone are better than the gel and the half life of injections is about 8-9 days. Answered by Julian Maas 1 month ago.
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Suddenly allergic to Testim: Allergic to testosterone?
I've been taking Testim gel on my upper arm for exactly two months, with no reactions. Last week, I broke out in a rash, so my doc said to stop it for a week. I went back on it and in one day broke out in a Hell of a rash on my upper arms only. So I stopped it again. I'm I suddenly allergic to testosterone?...
Asked by Rowena Leacock 1 month ago.
I've been taking Testim gel on my upper arm for exactly two months, with no reactions. Last week, I broke out in a rash, so my doc said to stop it for a week. I went back on it and in one day broke out in a Hell of a rash on my upper arms only. So I stopped it again. I'm I suddenly allergic to testosterone? It doesn't make sense. They asked me about Androgel, but I've never had any treatments but Testim. Answered by Arnold Vanhouten 1 month ago.
If you were allergic to testosterone there would be a major problem--since your body naturally produces testosterone. You are likely allergic to an inactive ingredient in the Testim. Androgel is very similar to Testim, but with different inactive ingredients. It will provide you with the same benefit, and is worth a try. I myself am a Pharmacist and use Androgel. I tried Testim once and the smell was so bad I could not stand to apply it. This is just one of many options. There is a Patch an injection as well as several other topical Testosterone products. Compounding pharmacies can make sublingual testosterone tablets which dissolve under your tongue. It can also be compounded in a concentrated cream and capsules. These are some other options, if you have other questions please ask. Answered by Adelaide Engelhart 1 month ago.
You've turn out to be allergic to birch pollen, and apples and a few different culmination include molecules which are equivalent sufficient to these in birch pollen to reason an hypersensitivity. Go to an allergist and notice if they've any cure ideas, this will reply to allergic reaction photographs or cure. Answered by Maxie Recar 1 month ago.
In your experience...Testim, Androgel or shots?
My husband had blood work done and has low testosterone. He has been on Testim gel for about 2 months and his libido is not increasing a bit. He is better able to “perform” but does not desire sex unless I initiate it. A friend of his suggested trying testosterone shots as they worked great for him. Do we need...
Asked by Milan Balli 1 month ago.
My husband had blood work done and has low testosterone. He has been on Testim gel for about 2 months and his libido is not increasing a bit. He is better able to “perform” but does not desire sex unless I initiate it. A friend of his suggested trying testosterone shots as they worked great for him. Do we need to wait longer to see if Testim will kick in or do shots work better? He is under the care of a doctor. I'm just doing research to see what people using the medications have experienced and to know when we should be looking for another treatment. I'd love to hear your experience and any advice or websites you can recommend. I just don't know what I should be expecting and what to do if this Testim treatment doesn't help his libido. Please don't tell me to just live with it. Neither of us are happy with his low sex drive and we both want solutions. Answered by Roselia Langley 1 month ago.
I was on Androgel for two years and recently switched to Testim because recent tests show that Testim absorbs much better, nothing more. My libido is off the chart and has been that way since starting the androgel. Im over 40 and my 23 year old girlfriend cant keep up. I haven't noticed a change with the Testim either way. But, my concern has been for weight lifting and muscle development, not libido. I would give it at least a month to make sure his system is saturated and T-level raised, then re-evaluate. As far as shots, most doctors and I agree; shots have a peak and then a valley. Trans dermal is better for long term use. Answered by Jospeh Bogin 1 month ago.
Androgel Experience Answered by Madie Goers 1 month ago.
Give it six months. Rome wasn't built in a day. Read the following article to see if any of the items listed apply to your husband. If they do - then lifestyle adjustments are mandatory to help with his issue. What are my options? Definite DON'Ts Alcohol Alcohol kills reproductive cells and decreases sperm viability. It also disrupts the link between the brain and the penis. Excessive use of alcohol inhibits the creation of the male sex hormone, androgen. Smoking Nicotine reduces arterial pressure and as a result, prevents blood circulation to the penis. In addition, toxic substances from smoking are detrimental for sperm maturation. Marijuana Sharply reduces the level of male sexual hormones, disrupts chromosomes and promotes undesired genetic changes. Anabolic Steroids Anabolic steroids bear a close resemblance to testosterone and as a result, the body stops its natural production causing impotence to occur. High Cholesterol Too much cholesterol blocks the vessels providing blood to the penis and thereby reduces the blood flow necessary to maintain an erection. Overweight Being overweight can disrupt your hormone balance and, as a result, the production of hormones necessary for achieving erection can become insufficient. Chemical drugs Studies show that out of two hundred most used medicines; as many as sixteen are likely to cause impotence. Among the most risky are drugs used for the treatment of high blood pressure, depression, insomnia, ulcers, tumors, plus a couple of medications used to combat allergy. Answered by Klara Sergent 1 month ago.
properly, my cousin became shot by ability of a gun in the army and he had surgical treatment to do away with the bullet he has a scar on maximum suitable of his chest and his fist. He pronounced that he does not experience it once you touch those areas. He additionally pronounced it became very painful. i think of i'd like be incautious. Answered by Kasha Menson 1 month ago.
'Cycling' Androgel or Testim?
My testosterone is borderline low. Was thinking about trying the new gel products, that being Androgel or Testim. However, I really don't want my body to completely lose its ability to produce its own testosterone. Like most doctors that are no help in answering any medical questions. Just as long as they...
Asked by Tobi Sachleben 1 month ago.
My testosterone is borderline low. Was thinking about trying the new gel products, that being Androgel or Testim. However, I really don't want my body to completely lose its ability to produce its own testosterone. Like most doctors that are no help in answering any medical questions. Just as long as they get you on a prescription then they are fine. Was wondering if anyone had any success on 'cycling' these products. Maybe taking them once every other day or maybe on for three months then off for a month. Or if after you start taking these products are you pretty much committed to them? Also any 'success'or side 'effect comments' would be appreciated. Thanks.... Answered by Russel Brendon 1 month ago.
I advise to you consult a good urologist,tell your condition and why do you need HRT(hormonal replacement therapy).You can't just take adrogel or testim,you have to take it with hcg(google it),otherwise it will make you sterile in no time.I advice you to come in his forum. Answered by Jaqueline Brittman 1 month ago.
Can I take testim and androgel together?
I have both androgel and testim and want to know if they can be taken together or not.
Asked by Jessenia Starkey 1 month ago.
Don't fall for the hype. You may get a little more blood flow to it for temporary growth (but not significant), but there is no permanent fix for penis growth without surgery. And even then I wouldn't recommend it. Just learn how to use it correctly and you'll make any woman go mad with exstacy (and no, I don't mean the drug "X"). Answered by Drema Mcdow 1 month ago.
supply it six months. Rome wasn't outfitted in an afternoon. study here article to make certain if any of the products indexed prepare on your husband. in the event that they do - then life-style variations are mandatory to help along with his undertaking. What are my thoughts? specific DON'Ts Alcohol Alcohol kills reproductive cells and reduces sperm viability. It additionally disrupts the hyperlink between the innovations and the penis. severe use of alcohol inhibits the introduction of the male intercourse hormone, androgen. Smoking Nicotine reduces arterial rigidity and as a result, prevents blood flow to the penis. to boot, poisonous aspects from smoking are unfavorable for sperm maturation. Marijuana Sharply reduces the point of male sexual hormones, disrupts chromosomes and promotes undesired genetic changes. Anabolic Steroids Anabolic steroids submit to a thorough resemblance to testosterone and as a result, the physique stops its organic production inflicting impotence to ensue. severe ldl cholesterol too a lot ldl cholesterol blocks the vessels offering blood to the penis and thereby reduces the blood circulate mandatory to maintain an erection. obese Being obese can disrupt your hormone stability and, as a result, the production of hormones mandatory for reaching erection can improve into inadequate. Chemical drugs examine prepare that out of 200 maximum used drugs; as many as sixteen are possibly to reason impotence. between the main risky are drugs used for the scientific care of severe blood rigidity, melancholy, insomnia, ulcers, tumors, plus a pair of drugs used to attempt against hypersensitivity. Answered by Elsie Helmlinger 1 month ago.
If i'm taking testim will I test positive for steroids?
will testim show up on a drug test as a posotive for steriods?
Asked by Bridgett Cheslak 1 month ago.
yep, but you've probably got a prescription Answered by Maren Kleinsasser 1 month ago.
Yup it is synthetic so it will show up. To test clean you have to get a creme made up by a compounding pharmacy using bio identical testosterone. Answered by Johanne Yanagi 1 month ago.
well if u take testosterone and take a drug test then it will be positive for steroids even if it was prescribed to u. Answered by Sanora Kogler 1 month ago.
Can I overdose on testosterone(Testim)?
My dad takes Testim, a prescription ointment that is 1% testosterone. It's for low testoserone, if I took some of it, would/could it hurt me? I kinda feel like I have low testoserone anyways, but I'm only 21... Just windeig of there are any horrible side effects?
Asked by Alexander Hilado 1 month ago.
certainly wouldn't take anything without talking to a doctor or your dad lol Answered by Bobbye Wilson 1 month ago.
Why should Testim not be applied to the abdomen?
When using Testim- a topical gel for treatment of low testosterone- it is recommended that Testim not be applied to the abdomen. I'm the type of person who wants to knwo why I can't do something when I'm told to not do it. I have not found an answers as to why this should not be applied to the...
Asked by Kala Fults 1 month ago.
When using Testim- a topical gel for treatment of low testosterone- it is recommended that Testim not be applied to the abdomen. I'm the type of person who wants to knwo why I can't do something when I'm told to not do it. I have not found an answers as to why this should not be applied to the abdomen within the documentation provided with the treatment or online. Answered by Dania Gazzo 1 month ago.
It probably works just fine applied to the abdomen. Androgel (a competitor) can be used on the abdomen. I can think of two possible reasons why the instructions say you can't. First, the instructions reflect the way it was applied in the clinical trials. During these trials, they carefully measured the change in T levels at different dosages. They may simply not have tested application on the abdomen. The second possibility is that abdomens are more variable than other body parts. Some are awesomely fat, some quite skinny. Some are smooth and some are hairy. You get the picture. The company may have decided shoulders are more consistent from person to person. The company is aiming for consistency, predictability, and a gradual release of the drug into your system. Putting it on genital skin, for example, would cause more of the drug to be absorbed, and faster absorption. Answered by Caprice Mcclour 1 month ago.
How To Apply Testim Answered by Lavone Stoud 1 month ago.
Taking Testim 1% for low testosterone level?
I have been rubbing one tube of testim 1% gel on my shoulder without fail for almost two months now and it has only put me at 388ng/mL. It started out at 190ng/mL before applying the meds.My question is...How long does it take for the gel to work to the fullest. I thought the doc said two weeks. Does anyone...
Asked by Aide Denick 1 month ago.
I have been rubbing one tube of testim 1% gel on my shoulder without fail for almost two months now and it has only put me at 388ng/mL. It started out at 190ng/mL before applying the meds. My question is... How long does it take for the gel to work to the fullest. I thought the doc said two weeks. Does anyone know if it should have reached a higher level by now or does it take a real long time. The avg is said to be 700ng/mL Is the shot better to use? If anyone of you have used the shot, please tell me about it. Thank you Answered by Kathyrn Verhoeven 1 month ago.
the shot is better. much more reliable but has the inconvenience of needing to be done every 12 to 14 days. injections cost less as well. Answered by Shauna Herrboldt 1 month ago.
What works best for you...Androgel, Testim or shots?
He is under the care of a doctor. I'm just doing research to see what people using the medication have experienced.
Asked by Libby Inouye 1 month ago.
If he is having a problem he needs to see a doctor instead of taking random medications. -Connor Answered by Randi Gerland 1 month ago.