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Hcg Injections For Testosterone

Hcg Injections For Testosterone


Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is sometimes called “the pregnancy hormone” because of its important role in maintaining pregnancy. Pregnancy tests check hCG levels in the urine or blood to determine if the test in positive or negative.

HCG injection is also approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat specific medical conditions in both women and men.

In women, hCG injections are FDA-approved to help treat infertility.

In men, hCG injections are FDA-approved for a type of hypogonadism in which the body doesn’t adequately stimulate the gonads to produce the sex hormone testosterone.

What is it used for in men?

In men, doctors prescribe hCG to combat the symptoms of hypogonadism, such as low testosterone and infertility. It can help the body increase production of testosterone and increase sperm production, which can reduce infertility.

Injections of hCG are also sometimes used as an alternative to testosterone products in men with testosterone deficiency. Testosterone deficiency is defined as testosterone blood levels less than 300 nanograms per deciliter along with symptoms of low testosterone. These include:

  • fatigue
  • stress
  • low sex drive
  • depressed mood

According to the American Urological Association, hCG is appropriate for those men with testosterone deficiency who also desire to maintain fertility.

Testosterone products boost levels of the hormone in the body but can have the side effects of shrinking the gonads, altering sexual function, and causing infertility. HCG can help increase testosterone levels, increase fertility, and increase gonad size.

What is HCG and How Does It Work?

HCG stands for Human Chorionic Gonadotropin. It is a glycoprotein hormone that is used to treat infertility in women and to stimulate testosterone production in men.

Your body works in conjunction with your mind in determining your testosterone level. When you are having optimal testosterone levels, your body does not produce testosterone. Testosterone is only produced after the level falls below baseline; the brain sends an LH signal to the Leydig Cells in the testes to produce testosterone.

HCG mimics the Leutenising Hormone (LH) to stimulate the Leydig Cells to produce testosterone. When you are on testosterone, your brain will most likely fail to notice that your body is in need of more testosterone. The LH signal will not be sent and the testes will then stay dormant only for them to be suppressed to small size by the exogenous testosterone (testosterone you are receiving from testosterone therapy). However, HCG will automatically restore them to their normal size after a short duration.



  • A dose of 0.25mgs of Arimidex three times per day seems to work well.
  • HCG
  • A dosage of 5000IU is recommended. Users are advised to use HCG for 3 times per week for one week and take a 3 weeks off before taking the next dosage.
  • These medications should be taken together. We highly recommend you to seek medical prescription from a licenced doctor for proper utilisation of HCG, testosterone and Arimidex.

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