What is it?

In the United States, Testosterone-Cypionate is the most commonly prescribed injectable testosterone or anabolic steroid for that matter. As this is the case, when it comes to Hormone Replacement Therapy, Testosterone-Cypionate HRT plans are the most common when an injectable testosterone is prescribed; they’re also the most effective of any testosterone based HRT plan. In many cases, transdermal testosterone applications are prescribed first, but often they fail to provide enough of what the patient needs; further, they commonly come with a side-effect that can be quite annoying and that no Testosterone-Cypionate HRT plan can cause. In any case, as it is the most effective a Testosterone-Cypionate HRT plan is guaranteed to work each and every time, and not only will it work it will do so at the highest level of efficiency and toleration of all HRT plans of this nature. With this in mind, let’s take a look at why you might need such a plan, why it will always be your top choice and what you need to do to ensure you receive the treatment you need.

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The Basis of the Plan:

If you are placed on a Testosterone-Cypionate HRT plan, it will be because you suffer from a low testosterone condition or it will be part of a total HRT plan designed to treat Andropause or another severe androgen deficiency. In the U.S. alone, it is estimated that thirty-million men suffer from low testosterone or Andropause; however, less than 10% seek out treatment and when we consider the primary factors this not only makes very little sense it’s completely unnecessary. In the case of low testosterone and Andropause, both conditions will mean your testosterone levels are below an optimal range; for whatever reason, and there can be numerous your body is no longer producing enough of this primary androgen to meet its needs. As this occurs, many bothersome symptoms can begin to show and they will diminish your overall quality of life. Such symptoms will be tremendously annoying, and while they are in no way directly life-threatening, if left ignored a low testosterone condition can be an open doorway to many far more serious conditions; some of which are life-threatening indeed. The initial symptoms can include the following, followed by possible long term problems:

  • Primary Symptoms:
  • Erectile Dysfunction – can refer to the inability to maintain or obtain completely
  • Decline or Loss of Libido – can refer to a partial or total loss
  • Depression – can easily become severe – numerous studies have shown men over the age of 30 are two to three times likely to suffer from depression with seniors often being guaranteed to suffer
  • Increased Body-Fat – despite proper diet and exercise habits
  • Insomnia – when our hormones are out of line many of our normal everyday functions falter
  • Loss of Concentration – your ability to focus is diminished
  • Loss of Energy – your body is unable to recover as it once was – lethargy becomes quite common
  • Loss of Muscle Mass – despite proper diet and exercise habits
  • Loss of Strength – despite proper diet and exercise habits
  • Weakened Immune System – due to all of the above
  • Gateway Conditions:
  • Anxiety – low testosterone levels will result in your glucocorticoid or stress hormones increasing such as cortisol
  • Diabetes – due to the listed above symptoms – has been strongly linked
  • Frequent or Constant Soreness, Aches & Pains in the Muscle Tissue
  • High Cholesterol – severe levels are common – heart disease has been speculated
  • Hair-Loss – not life-threatening but a bit interesting
  • Infertility – cannot have children
  • Loss of Bone Mass – osteoporosis has been strongly linked
  • Loss of Memory – Alzheimer’s disease has been strongly linked
  • Polyuria – frequent urination
  • If you suffer from any of the primary symptoms, normally one of the sexually related is an excellent indicator and you are strongly encouraged to seek out Testosterone-Cypionate HRT. Many physicians will want you to suffer from at least one of the sexually related conditions as well as one more from the primary list; however, blood work will still need to be done to officially determine your condition. While true, while some physicians may be resistant if you do not suffer from one of the sexually related conditions, but blood work will determine the total truth; at any rate, this makes the physician you choose extremely important. In any case, regardless of the symptoms you display, and if left ignored more and more will begin to show, but a Testosterone-Cypionate HRT plan is guaranteed to remedy the symptoms each and every time. No, there is no cure for low testosterone levels; once your levels are naturally low they will always be low, but the condition can be remedied to where it has absolutely no effect on your life.

    Your testosterone levels are low and to remedy the situation you need a Testosterone-Cypionate HRT plan; however, Testosterone-Cypionate HRT plans can sometimes be extremely difficult to obtain. If you receive your treatment from your family doctor or general practitioner, there’s a good chance he will be resistant to such a plan. Often such individuals will choose secondary methods and if you’re lucky a transdermal based plan, and there’s a reason for this resistance. Most physicians are still petrified of anabolic steroids, and while a transdermal testosterone is still an anabolic steroid its weak nature provides some physicians some comfort around a topic they truly know very little about. Many of these physicians know as much as you do about anabolic steroids and their treatment abilities, and for this reason, such physicians are not your best choice. If you need a Testosterone-Cypionate HRT plan, you are encouraged to seek out an HRT clinic as they specialize in this form of treatment; if not, you should at least find a hormone specialist who has taken the time to educate himself on anabolic hormones. Further, understand you have some rights in this decision; if your physician refuses the treatment you need, the solution is simple; leave and find a doctor that will actually help you. You are by no means tied to the doctor you initially see, and if he won’t help you find one who will.