My blood tests showed a total testosterone level of 99. I'm not, nor is my Dr., sure how often I should get 50 mg testosterone injections.. Have had 4 already over a 4 week period and am feeling CONSIDERABLY better.
A urologist or your doctor should be able to tell you how often to inject.
I have been told to use 2CC every month and I do my own injection. Since I live 35 km from the nearest town, doing it myself was a good option.
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Apart from the hormone replacement, the cause for low testosterone should be found out like testicular damage by inflammation or cancer, pituitary problems or genetic. Injections are generally taken every 7-22 days depending on the level. With a very low level you may need to take every 7-15 days but this has to be determined by an urologist.
Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
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