When compounding a testosterone ester injectable, wouldn't it make sense to do so by way of testosterone equivalence?
For example if you wanted to produce a testosterone enanthate injectable of 150mg/cc Teq, you would multiply that by the ratio of molecular weights (400.60/288.43 = 1.39) and so use 208.3mg/cc. That way if you end up switching to a different ester in the future (say t. decanoate), you could use it the same way (at 219.8mg/cc) and know that you were getting the same amount of testosterone. Also if you were using several different esters at the same time, knowing what the total testosterone you are injecting yourself with would seem to be more useful information.
Sorry if this has been discussed before. I don't get out much