Why Daily Injections Are the Optimal Choice

  • Steady Hormone Levels

    Daily injections help maintain consistent and steady testosterone levels in the body, reducing the risk of hormonal fluctuations, associated mood swings or energy fluctuations.

  • Precise Dosage Control

    Daily injections allow for precise control of the testosterone dosage, ensuring that the right amount is administered each day and good control of dosage.

  • Quick Absorption

    Injections often have a rapid absorption rate, delivering testosterone directly into the bloodstream for faster and more predictable effects.

  • Minimized Side Effects

    Daily injections can minimize the potential for side effects that may occur with less frequent dosing, as levels remain more stable.

  • Effective for Some Individuals

    For individuals who require continuous or more immediate testosterone replacement, daily injections can be the preferred choice.

  • Improved Adherence

    Establishing a daily injection routine can enhance treatment adherence, reducing the risk of missed doses.

  • Customizable Treatment

    Daily injections offer flexibility in adjusting the treatment based on individual needs and response.

  • Monitoring Simplicity

    Compared to less frequent dosing schedules, daily injections may require less frequent monitoring of hormone levels or symptoms.

Ready to initiate daily injections? Begin by taking a complimentary hormone assessment.

What Are Normal Levels?

Normal testosterone levels can vary significantly depending on age and sex. In adult males, typical total testosterone levels range from about 270 to 1070 ng/dL (nanograms per deciliter), with the average around 679 ng/dL. However, it’s important to note that testosterone levels naturally decline with age, and what is considered normal for a 20-year-old may differ from that of a 70-year-old. In adult females, testosterone levels are notably lower, usually ranging from 15 to 70 ng/dL. These ranges serve as general guidelines, but individual variations exist, and healthcare providers take into account a person’s age, sex, and specific clinical circumstances when evaluating testosterone levels and addressing related health concerns.

Typical Signs of Low Testosterone

  • Reduced Libido

  • Erectile Dysfunction

  • Fatigue

  • Decreased Muscle Mass

  • Increased Body Fat

  • Mood Changes

  • Loss of Hair

  • Difficulty Concentrating

  • Reduced Bone Density

  • Hot Flashes

  • Sleep Disturbances