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Testoki tablets (testosterone undecanoate) are predominantly used in men experiencing low testosterone levels. Rarely it may be used to treat certain conditions in women as well.
This medication is fairly unique in being available in tablets; most testosterone supplements come in gels or injections. In the past taking testosterone tablets was associated with liver damage, but Testoki tablets are absorbed by the lymphatic system and pose no such risk.
Testoki tablets should not be taken by men below age 18, or by women of any age, without explicit doctor approval. Even very small doses of testosterone can lead to side effects, some of which can be permanent.
Testoki tablets are primarily used to treat men when testosterone levels become low. While testosterone levels naturally begin to drop as men age, it should not become so low that serious complications develop. While not as common as in the older population, plenty of younger men also experience low testosterone at some point as well.
Causes are varied, ranging from external factors to physical and even emotional factors. Testoki tablets will replace the missing testosterone for as long as they're taken, but they're not a cure; the underlying cause must be found and addressed, if possible, to restore natural testosterone levels.
In men, low testosterone levels may cause:
The most obvious symptom is hypogonadism, which can produce a range of noticeable symptoms:
Keep in mind that low testosterone is not the only explanation for any of the above. Do not take Testoki tablets unless the condition has been diagnosed by a doctor or laboratory. Too much testosterone can lead to equally uncomfortable side effects.
If low testosterone is confirmed, however, Testoki tablets can help. The above will be slowed, stopped, and in many cases reversed. It is among the safer testosterone replacement methods, for both the patient and for other members of the household who may otherwise be exposed.
Taking Testoki Tablets
When a man is initially diagnosed with low testosterone, supplementation usually begins relatively high. When testosterone levels are back in the normal range dosage is usually lowered to a long-term maintenance dose.
For most men treatment looks like:
Tablets should be swallowed whole and not split, crushed, or chewed. They only come in 40 mg doses, so multiple tablets must be taken if dosage is greater than 40 mg per day. Some guidelines for taking multiple tablets:
Testoki tablets produce relatively subtle results compared to other formulations, such as gels. But they do absolutely produce results; within a few months men should begin noticing a reversal of symptoms. Treatment can continue as long as it provides benefit and no serious adverse effects develop.
Testoki tablets are remarkably safe among testosterone replacement therapies. The most common side effects men report are water and sodium retention. In most cases this symptom will gradually reduce over the first few weeks of treatment as the body adjusts.
More rarely, a few other side effects are reported:
Note that painful erections or those lasting for more than four hours should be seen by a doctor; failure to address the issue can lead to permanent penile damage.
Side effects from other members of the household, if exposed to testosterone supplements, can become serious. While Testoki tablets offer less of a potential risk than gels---which are rapidly absorbed by the skin---the risk is still there and some caution must be taken to prevent accidental ingestion or handling by pets, children, women, and other unintended recipients.
Some side effects in the unintended recipient class include:
While touching a Testoki tablet once or twice is unlikely to produce any of the potentially severe symptoms in unintended recipients, it adds up rather quickly---many people are genuinely surprised at how much impact a tiny bit of testosterone can have. This is especially true for lightweight pets, small children, and the unborn babies of pregnant women. Keep out of reach of children and pets, and be sure other adults in the household are aware of potential risks.