The Use Of Hormone Therapy In Men To Overcome Hormone Disorders?
short story I indicated lack of testosterone, my doctor’s advice was told to increase hormone therapy because it is expensive I chose to inject sustanon 250 (already injected 2 x for 1 month), oh yes I am 21 but still like a child, thank God after Sustanone injections 250 I was able to remove sperm even though a little, the question is why after the injection how come it still hasn’t affected the physical huh like Adam’s apple, fine hair, still not growing, and I’m still like a child ???
Hello Andi, thank you for consulting us at Alodoter.com.
The testosterone hormone is the sex hormone produced predominantly in men, especially in the testicular organs. Where normally these hormones help in the formation of male sexual organs, especially during growth. And besides it serves to support physical development when boys puberty, such as the growth of many feathers on the body, the formation of muscles and the formation of deeper and heavier sounds.
Normally, testosterone levels will decrease with age of a man. While testosterone deficiency is usually caused by testicular injury or the occurrence of radiation chemotherapy in the treatment of cancer in the male genital area. Besides that it can be caused by abnormalities in the pituitary gland and the occurrence of side effects from medications that are consumed like drugs that contain steroids.
In someone who experiences testosterone deficiency as you experience it is usually prescribed testosterone replacement therapy. There is a gel that is rubbed on the arm / shoulder, in the form of an eye patch or can also be injected / injected. The effect that has not been too significant is probably because the presence of testosterone levels in the body still does not match the normal levels in men which is around 300 to 1000mg / dl. So the results shown are not too different effectively.
To be clearer than the dosage that should be used, to get the optimal effect, then you should consult back to the doctor who has handled you before, because of course he is the one who better understands the cause of testosterone deficiency that is now experiencing. In addition to hormone therapy, of course adequate nutrition, regular exercise and avoiding smoking are certainly also important factors so that the effects of hormone therapy can appear significantly in your body.
So that we can convey, hopefully useful. thanks.