Testosterone is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland. It is one of the largest hormone secretions of the body, with an estimated bioavailability of 70-80%. Testosterone acts as an anabolic and androgenic steroid, a class of chemicals that have both an androgenic and an antiandrogenic properties. Testosterone is used as a medication, with testosterone injections being one of the most common uses. Testosterone injections are used as a method of testosterone administration. Other uses for testosterone include enhancing muscular strength and endurance in male athletes, as well as for enhancing athletic performance in females. While testosterone injections have a wide range of therapeutic uses, they are primarily prescribed for a wide variety of medical conditions, including: Men who suffer from low libido, loss of libido, mood swings, mood disorders, and increased sensitivity to sexual stimulation.
Women who are concerned with menstrual cycles, infertility, and male-pattern baldness.
Men with low testosterone, and who also suffer from other health problems that may cause an increase in sex drive. Testosterone is also used in various situations in which there are concerns regarding an increase in sexual desire. It can also be used to enhance a woman's sexual performance. The exact dose of testosterone that you are given will vary depending on the condition, as well as your own personal needs.