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... says for next year they don't do compounding at all unless you are a self funded plan. ... (3 replies)
... Testoserone is a generic drug.....thats why it can be created by compounding pharmacy. Androgel is just a specific big pharm formulation.....nothing special really about it other than its created in their lab so the consistency is quite good. ... (3 replies)
... I suspect the manufacturer of Androgel is fighting any generic tooth and nail. ... (3 replies)

... I suspect the manufacturer of Androgel is fighting any generic tooth and nail. ... (3 replies)
... In addition, my physcian monitors my T levels several times a year so that the compounding ingredients can be adjusted if need be. ... (14 replies)
... Your doctor was wrong about applying androgel to the scrotum. You apply it to your upper arms and the flanks of your torso just as the pictures show you. ... (14 replies)
... Shots, patch, or I use a compounding pharmacist for testosterone cream, it's a normal unscented lotion runs $50 for a months supply before insurance. (2 replies)
... Hayfarmer pretty much nails the pros and cons on the head. The only thing id like to mention is that you can get compound creams from a compounding pharmacy if your doctor will prescribe it. Costs are much less. ... (13 replies)
... After a few weeks you may see a drop in the effects. This may be caused by the body sending signals to the testicles not to produce any testosterone & the testosterone levels drop. If you are young & are trying to have children then suggest to the doc to try hCG instead of the Gel. It jump starts your testicles into producing more testosterone on their own. If you... (7 replies)
... I have another post about the insanity of my insurance carrier either not paying for compounding or making it so hard that they are functionally refusing. ... (10 replies)
... You don't have to settle for T shots. With a doctor's prescription who can get gel from a compounding pharmacy. That's what I do as I don't have drug coverage with my insurance. ... (18 replies)
... monitoring blood levels of "Free Testosterone" and administering the dosage accordingly, whether via injections, Androgel, Testosterone cream made specially at a compounding pharmacy, or whatever. ... (6 replies)
... With the cream being the very basic of raw ingredients it has to be cheaper to compound but there is a cost for the compounding service and the syringes but I bet its still waaay cheaper. ... (21 replies)
... hour time released morphine plus Norco for breakthru. My GP didnt know anything about LowT and the testing was my idea because of my own research. He put me on androgel and I used it for a few months but it caused me to break out on my upper back and shoulder...where I applied it. ... (6 replies)
... Do not get me wrong as I am not saying that this is the best TRT, its just another option. I tried Androgel and didn't like it because it irritated my skin and was so slippery that if I wasn't super careful some of it would run right off me and onto the floor. ... (21 replies)
... So needless to say it's Saturday morning and I have now joined the Androgel generation. ... (10 replies)
... for androgel means you use less product for similar price equals savings. This assumes you can get a good compounding pharmacy with consistent quality. ... (6 replies)
... Gotta find something less expensive! Anyone ever heard of chemical compounding testosterone from some pharmacys? ... (0 replies)
... He should go back and get tested again to see if how much the patches raised his T. Gels and injections work better. With a prescription you can go to compounding pharmacies which are much cheaper than buying Androgel. ... (2 replies)
... Oh, I read the crap thats out there on the "anti-compounding" sites. They claim its all about safety when its clearly about profit. Lets see, Pharmacists are smart enough to sell and consult on the millions of meds out there but they cant "follow" simple "recipes" with basic components. Sure, some compounds are complex, but the majority of them are very basic. (21 replies)




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