Testover A

Each ml contains:

100 mg of Testosterone Acetate.

What is it used for?

Testosterone replacement therapy in men with low or no production of natural testosterone (hypogonadism).

How is it given?

Testosterone enantate injection is known as a depot injection. It is injected into a muscle, where it forms a reservoir of medicine that is gradually converted into testosterone over time. For low testosterone levels the injection is initially given once every two to three weeks, and then every three to six weeks for maintenance treatment.The exact frequency will depend on your individual testosterone level.

Storage:

  • The syringes and ampoules should be protected from light and stored below 30°C.
  • Keep out of reach of children.

Shelf life:

5 years

Pharmocological action

TESTOVER A (Testosterone Acetate) has a faster rate of absorption in the body then other esters.

Levels peak at 12 hours so it would require you to inject daily to keep your testosterone levels consistent.

By design, the hormone is attached to the Acetate (acetic acid) ester, a small/short ester that enables the hormone’s release time to be controlled.

Once Testosterone Acetate is injected, the ester slowly begins to detach from the hormone. As the ester is detached the Testosterone hormone begins to release into the blood.

The half-life of Testosterone Acetate is approximately two days, which is substantially longer than ester free Testosterone, which carries a half-life less than 24 hours.