TESTOGEL 16.2MG/G GEL (TESTOSTERONE)

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Testosterone, a sex hormone produced by the testicles and adrenal glands, is essential to sexual and reproductive development. To determine whether your testosterone levels are normal, a simple blood test can be performed.

My London Pharmacy Online Doctor offers both testosterone test kits and TRT refills. To order treatment, fill out a quick questionnaire. Approved orders are shipped for free to the address of your choice or can be picked up at any My London Pharmacy location.

This service intends to provide testosterone replacement therapy to men who have been diagnosed with and investigated for testosterone deficiency, who have been established on treatment for this condition, and who are receiving ongoing monitoring for this condition.

 

 

FAQ

Order Testogel Gel Online
Testogel and Tostran can be ordered online from My London Pharmacy. These can be prescribed by registered doctors in the UK. You must complete an evaluation form that will be evaluated by our doctors.

You may need to conduct a blood test at home to determine your testosterone levels. This is a straightforward fingerprick test. We can deliver a home test kit to you, or you can send our doctors the results of previous tests. After receiving your test results, our physicians will contact you to discuss the outcomes and next steps.

Testosterone gels such as Tostran and Testogel are effective treatments for men suffering from low testosterone levels (also called male hypogonadism). They are applied to the skin daily and help alleviate low testosterone symptoms such as impotence, low libido, and fatigue.

Our online pharmacy is registered with the GPhC (General Pharmaceutical Council) and all of our medicines are sourced from wholesalers in the United Kingdom that are fully licensed.

What causes low testosterone levels?
Testosterone is a male hormone that is produced by the testes. It is essential for a variety of bodily functions, including:

The manufacturing of red blood cells

Preservation of bone density

Control of sexual desire

Conservation of muscle mass
In some men, testosterone levels may drop below the normal range, causing symptoms. Low testosterone levels in men are also referred to as hypogonadism.

Reasons behind low testosterone
Testosterone levels in men begin to gradually decline around the age of 30. Older men have lower testosterone levels. This is a natural consequence of ageing. This decline is very slow and steady, and men are unlikely to experience symptoms as a result.

The testicular production of testosterone is controlled by the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus. Sometimes, a problem or disease of the pituitary gland or hypothalamus can cause low testosterone.

Additional causes include:

Obesity

Type 2 diabetes

amputation of one or both testicles

Abrasion of one or both testicles

Chemotherapy

Radiation treatment
Evaluation of low testosterone
A man is only diagnosed with low testosterone if he exhibits signs and symptoms of low testosterone and blood tests reveal consistently low levels of testosterone in the body.

To order Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) from our website, you must fill out an online consultation form and undergo a blood test to determine your testosterone levels. We can arrange for a test kit to be shipped to you, or if you have already had a test performed, you can send us the results. Our physicians must interpret these test results prior to prescribing TRT.

Manifestations of low testosterone
Low testosterone levels can manifest in both physical and mental ways. There are numerous potential symptoms:

Reduced libido

A decrease (or lack) of morning/nighttime erections

Erectile dysfunction

Reduced body hair

Gynaecomastia

Loss of muscle mass and strength

Fatigue

Sleep disturbances

Mood swings (e.g depression, irritability, anxiety)

ineffective concentration and memory

Low testosterone levels can lead to osteoporosis over time.
The most common symptoms are impotence, decreased sexual desire, and a decrease in morning/nighttime erections.
Treatment
Low testosterone/hypogonadism is treated with Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). TRT involves adding testosterone to the body (via gels, tablets, or injections) to increase testosterone levels. This helps to correct any signs or symptoms that may be affecting a man’s quality of life by increasing his testosterone levels to normal levels.

The duration of symptom improvement varies from patient to patient. Within three months, a number of symptoms will improve. It may take longer for other symptoms, such as erectile dysfunction, to improve. Generally, the maximum effect of testosterone gel on symptoms is observed after 6 to 12 months.

Therapies include:

Testosterone gels applied daily to the skin

Oral testosterone pills taken daily

testosterone injections every 10-14 weeks
Our physicians can prescribe Tostran gel, Testogel sachets, and the Testogel pump. Our physicians are unable to prescribe testosterone injections or oral tablets. We advise discussing both of these options with your primary care physician or endocrinologist.

Testosterone gels
When testosterone gels are applied to the skin, testosterone is absorbed into the bloodstream through the skin barrier. This increase in testosterone alleviates the symptoms of hypogonadism, such as erectile dysfunction and diminished libido.

The dosage of testosterone gel depends on the prescribed dosage. Tostran and Testogel pump are gel-containing canisters. These contain a dosing mechanism that dispenses a specific amount with each pump. Your physician will instruct you on how many pumps of gel to apply daily.

Individual Testogel packets contain the gel. The typical recommended dose is one sachet per day, but your physician may prescribe a different amount.
How is low testosterone treated?

Treatment for low testosterone should involve Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). When testosterone is administered to increase the amount of testosterone in the body. TRT can be administered via gels, tablets, or injections.

What happens when testosterone levels are low?

A lack of testosterone in the blood can result in a variety of physical and mental symptoms. Effects consist of:

 

Reduced libido

 

A decrease (or lack) of morning/nighttime erections

 

Erectile dysfunction

 

Reduced body hair

 

Gynaecomastia

 

Loss of muscle mass and strength

 

Fatigue

 

Sleep disturbances

 

Mood swings (e.g depression, irritability, anxiety)

 

ineffective concentration and memory

How can I determine whether my testosterone levels are low?

These symptoms may be present in men with low testosterone levels. Hypogonadism (low testosterone) is diagnosed when a man exhibits signs and symptoms of low testosterone and a blood test reveals low levels of testosterone in the blood. Determining if a man has low testosterone levels requires repeated blood tests over a period of time. These examinations may measure total testosterone or free testosterone levels.

 

What occurs if low testosterone levels are left untreated?

If untreated, symptoms of low testosterone can have a significant impact on a man’s quality of life. Long-term symptoms may include an increase in body mass index (BMI), osteoporosis, and depression.

 

Does testosterone deficiency cause weight gain?

Low testosterone can result in a loss of muscle mass and an increase in BMI. Some men may gain fat while losing muscle, altering their physical appearance and composition.

 

Can testosterone be purchased over-the-counter?

All testosterone treatments must be prescribed by a physician in the United Kingdom. If a supplement or product is marketed as testosterone but does not require a prescription, it is either counterfeit or sold illegally. The products on our website are fully MHRA-regulated and doctor-prescribed.

Adverse Effects

As with all medications, testosterone has both risks and benefits. The most common adverse effects of testosterone gel are localised skin reactions. This includes symptoms such as itching, burning, rash, and dryness. Other TRT-related adverse effects include:

 

Breast pain or sensitivity

 

Nausea

 

Weight gain

 

AcneHair loss

 

Prostate alterations

 

elevated blood pressure

This is not an exhaustive list of adverse effects. Refer to the patient information leaflet included with your medication for additional details.

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