Advances in testosterone replacement therapy.

  title={Advances in testosterone replacement therapy.},
  author={Louis J Gooren},
  journal={Frontiers of hormone research},
The major goal of androgen substitution is to replace testosterone at levels as close to physiological concentrations as is possible. The mainstay of testosterone susbstitution are parenteral testosterone esters (enanthate and cypionate) to be administered every 2-3 weeks. A major disadvantage is the strongly fluctuating levels of plasma testosterone which are at least 50% of the time not in the physiological range. A significant improvement is parenteral testosterone undecanoate producing… CONTINUE READING


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