What is Testosterone?

Testosterone is linked to many of the changes seen in boys during puberty. It also regulates the secretion of luteinising hormone and follicle stimulating hormone. To effect these changes, testosterone is often converted into another androgen called dihydrotestosterone. 


In women, the majority of testosterone produced in the ovary is converted to the principle female sex hormone, estradiol.

What are physical signs of a Testosterone imbalance?

  • Pale Face

  • Muscle Mass Loss

  • Fragile Bones

  • Infirm Skin

  • Dry Eyes

  • Fat Gain in Abdomen

  • Fat Gain on Chest

  • Inability To Build Muscle

  • Problems with Erections

What are psychological signs of a testosterone imbalance?
  • Low Libido

  • Depressive Feelings

  • Fatigue/Lack of Energy

  • Confusion

What is testosterone cypionate?


Testosterone cypionate is an injectable solution. Testosterone cypionate comes only in the form of an injectable solution given into your muscle. You can give this medication to yourself at home after your doctor shows you how.

How long does cypionate last?

Testosterone cypionate is one of the most common testosterone therapies prescribed in the US. Testosterone cypionates require a minimum of one injection per week to maintain serum testosterone levels. The cypionate can be administered in more frequent subcutaneous injections (2-3 injections per week) which is preferred by some patients who want more stable levels with fewer peaks.

Testosterone cypionate releases testosterone over eight days with small amounts remaining for up to two weeks. Injections are usually administered every 3-4 days or every 7 days.

Strengths available:

Qualgen offers testosterone cypionate in the following strengths: 

  • 200 mg/mL in 10mL vial

  • Hair Loss
  • Infertility

  • Difficulties Achieving Orgasm

  • Hot Flashes

  • Decreased Strength

  • Decrease In Bone Mass

  • Increased Fatigue

  • Swelling/Tenderness in Breast Tissue

Irritability/Mood Changes
  • Sleeping Problems

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