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 can Qualgen's testosterone pellets do for you?


Qualgen's testosterone pellets are primarily used to help with the above physical and psychological signs of a testosterone imbalance.

What makes Qualgen's testosterone pellets different from others?

Qualgen's testosterone pellets are the purest bio-identical pellets on the market. Qualgen pellets are one of the only pellets that are 99.5% pure testosterone and are completely bio-identical. Qualgen uses no other binding agents or chemicals in our pellet production process that are not 100% natural bio-identicals.

How are Qualgen's testosterone pellets made?

Testosterone implants are formed by compressing bio-identical hormone ingredients into very small cylinders a little larger than a grain of rice, approximately 3 millimeters in diameter. Doing this process correctly is critical since it ensures that each patient receives the benefit of a steady accurate hormone dose for as long as 6 months.

  • 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

Feeling Stressed

What is Testosterone?


Testosterone is a male sex hormone that is important for sexual and reproductive development. The National Institutes of Health regards testosterone as the most important male hormone. Women also produce testosterone, but at lower levels than men.


Testosterone belongs to a class of male hormones called androgens, which are sometimes called steroids or anabolic steroids. In men, testosterone is produced mainly in the testes, with a small amount made in the adrenal glands. The brain's hypothalamus and pituitary gland control testosterone production. The hypothalamus instructs the pituitary gland on how much testosterone to produce, and the pituitary gland passes the message on to the testes. 


These communications happen through chemicals and hormones in the bloodstream.

What is the purpose of Testosterone?


Testosterone initiates the development of the male internal and external reproductive organs during foetal development and is essential for the production of sperm in adult life. Testosterone also signals the body to make new blood cells, ensures that muscles and bones stay strong during and after puberty and enhances libido both in men and women. 

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