Long-Acting Testosterone Pellet Replacement Therapy
Testosterone replacement therapies
have different dosing regimens
Every 3 - 4 months
Every 1 - 2
Common questions about TESTOPEL
What does "long-acting"
TESTOPEL slowlly releases testosterone into your body for
3-4 months, on average.
How is TESTOPEL inserted?
It is implanted just under the skin in the hip area or
another fatty area.
How big is a TESTOPEL
TESTOPEL, relative to a dime, is shown below.
How will my healthcare provider know when to replace my
Call our office when you feel your symptoms of Low T
returning. We will order a blood test to measure your
current level of testosterone to determine when you have
fallen below the normal range.
Are there people who
should not receive TESTOPEL?
Yes. You should not receive TESTOPEL or any form of
testosterone replacement therapy if you have known or
suspected prostate cancer or breast cancer, or have had an
adverse reaction to the product.
Will my insurance pay for
The majority of insurance plans do cover TESTOPEL. We will
work with the TESTOPEL Reimbursement Program to explore your
specific benenfit coverage and provide appropriate