TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy)

TRT - Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is a form of treatment used to address low testosterone levels. Testosterone is an important hormone produced in males responsible for numerous physical and mental functions.

During TRT, the missing testosterone is replenished in the body. This helps normalize testosterone levels and alleviate symptoms such as reduced libido, fatigue, mood swings, and muscle loss.

During testosterone undecanoate TRT, injections are typically administered with the following frequency:

  • Initial phase: In the first few weeks, testosterone undecanoate injections are usually given once or twice a week. This helps achieve stable testosterone levels in the body.

  • Maintenance phase: After reaching the desired testosterone level, injections of testosterone undecanoate are typically administered less frequently, such as once a week or every two weeks, in the maintenance phase. Your doctor determines the optimal dosage based on your individual needs.

Typically, a course consists of 10 ampoules - two ampoules per week for two to four weeks, followed by one ampoule every two weeks in the last two weeks.

At the end of the course, hormone restoration should be carried out as the body ceases its own hormone production, for example, with CLOMIMED 50 (Clomifen Citrate).