03-25-2012, 06:20 PM
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Join Date: Mar 2007
| | Re: Testosterone Patch, BBC why do you like it? Anyone else use it?
I dont know if you have ever seen a patch, or used one. I have not used one but seen one brand. THEY STICK LIKE A BASTARD FROM HELL. And who gives a shit about whats planted on your hip in the shower. But the one I saw you AINT getting off without a prybar. LOL. And confrimed by the user. FYI, if they made nicotine patches like this they might actually work.....
Originally Posted by LW64
Eventually, I'll get around to it. But I'm not too enthusiastic about having something glued to my skin all day. OTOH, if I were having problems getting other TRT
protocols to work right, I'd be in a bigger hurry to try it. Pros:
Steady T levels and subsequent minimal and steady E2 response.
Ease of use - rotate application sites to avoid skin irritation. Cons:
If your Free T requirements are high, the patch might not be able to get you there. It can only get your Total T into the 500s/600s. IIRC.
You're wearing a patch stuck to your skin and all the inconvenience issues that come along with it. Like if you go to the gym and need to shower afterwards.