Today I’m going to share what I believe the best form of TRT is. My views may not be what you want to hear, but it’s what needs to be said.
A lot of men have asked me what I think the most effective form of testosterone replacement therapy is. This comes as no surprise because as humans, we tend to drift towards the easiest/quickest solutions, expecting a one size fits all answer. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple when it comes to your body, hormones and health.
There are numerous forms of TRT:
- Injectable testosterone
- Testosterone creams and gels
- Testosterone pellets and patches
- and more…
Even injectable testosterone can be administered via different methods:
- Glute injections
- Quad Injections
- Deltoid injections
- Subcutaneous injections into the stomach
So – which of these is the best approach?
The most effective form of TRT is the one that WORKS FOR YOU.
By that, I mean the approach that alleviates the symptoms of low testosterone that you are experiencing.
The goal of TRT is to resolve your symptoms of low testosterone with an approach that is convenient and effective for YOU.
TRT is not about chasing numbers on a lab report. Yes, your blood results and testosterone level markers will help with your diagnosis and treatment, but ultimately the goal is the relief of your symptoms.
Whether you accomplish this via injections, creams, gels or another approach, if your symptoms clear up, then that’s all that matters. After that, it comes down to what’s the most convenient for you.
It simply comes down to personal preference and what works
If you prefer injections, stick with injections. If you hate needles and have success with a cream or gel and prefer that approach, then stick with that.
The only time it’s necessary to try different methods, is when the method you have tried does not result in the successful resolution of your symptoms. Then it makes sense to speak to your doctor about a different approach.
Injections seem to have had the most success in the past. However, doctors and experts in the field are reporting great results with the new testosterone creams.
Again, find out what works best and is the most convenient for you.
If your symptoms clear up and you feel good, the numbers and method are irrelevant. For some people their testosterone levels might still be low, for others, high. While others might be in the mid-range. This doens’t really matter if your symptoms have cleared up.
We are all different and have different bodies and hormones. What works best for one person may not work for you.
Be proactive. Be patient. Try multiple methods if necessary. You will soon find a solution that is the most convenient and most effective for you!
Best of luck. Please let everyone know what method works the best for you in the comments section below!