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How is low testosterone treated?

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Options include:

�Injections into a muscle. You get them anywhere from two to 10 weeks apart

�Testosterone gel applied to your skin or inside your nose

�Mucoadhesive material applied above your teeth twice a day

�Long-acting pellet under your skin

�Testosterone stick that you apply like underarm deodorant

SOURCE: 

Get-Back-On-Track.com. 

The Hormone Foundation.

News release, FDA.

Reviewed by Nazia Q Bandukwala on October 22, 2019

SOURCE: 

Get-Back-On-Track.com. 

The Hormone Foundation.

News release, FDA.

Reviewed by Nazia Q Bandukwala on October 22, 2019

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