TRT- Too Many Choices.. Pellets, Gels, & Injections....

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Davidelsons View Post
    Well it's only been a few days after my first injection...

    Immediate benefits: improved mood!!
    my irritability and grouchiness is gone....

    Overall sense of well-being.....

    My next blood test is November 20th.
    I'm wondering if I should skip a dose on purpose so my levels will be low and then Dr will increase dose to 1 ml for 7 days..

    Any thoughts??
    that is actually a common tactic. I’d say go for it if insurance covers it or you don’t mind paying for more dose, heck I’d love to have double my dose on hand!


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Georgiepecker View Post
    that is actually a common tactic. Id say go for it if insurance covers it or you dont mind paying for more dose, heck Id love to have double my dose on hand!
    Yes covered by insurance ..I had a $35 copay because I actually got the Pfizer testosterone not generic....

    I have a 10 mL bottle ..so even if I went to a higher dose on my own I'll just tell the doctor I felt better because of .5 ml was not enough they're not going to freak out..

    Maybe 1ml per 7 days......
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Davidelsons View Post
    Yes covered by insurance ..I had a $35 copay because I actually got the Pfizer testosterone not generic....
    Then I would personally go for it if I were you. Can’t hurt.
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