Testopel Implant

If you have low testosterone levels, you may benefit from Testopel® (testosterone pellets). This medicine is also approved to help start puberty in boys for whom it is delayed. It comes as a small pellet that is inserted just beneath the skin via an injection. After it is implanted, Testopel slowly releases testosterone into the body as it dissolves over three to six months.
 
The testosterone pellet is inserted in a healthcare setting, such as your doctor's office or clinic. You should avoid swimming, using a hot tub, or lifting heavy weights for a few days after receiving the implant to help reduce the chance of the Testopel pellet coming out.
 
(For more details on this implant, click Testopel. This Web page takes an in-depth look at how this medicine is implanted, possible side effects of the drug, and why it may not be suitable for some people.)
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