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You have been prescribed Testogel® (testosterone)

You are not alone

Other men across the UK are suffering with symptoms of testosterone deficiency (TD), including difficulty with erections, fatigue, weight gain, low mood and sex drive. We’re here to support you through your treatment journey.1

Low levels of testosterone

Around 1 in 50 men aged 40–79 are affected by low levels of testosterone. This, in combination with other signs and symptoms, is called testosterone deficiency (TD).2

What would you like to learn about today?

Always follow the instructions of your doctor on how to use this medicine and please read the package leaflet that comes with this medicine before using it.

You may notice improvement of some symptoms 2 weeks after beginning testosterone therapy3

Track your progress using the T Track app

Manage your testosterone deficiency, track your symptoms and find out important information about Testogel® all in the app.

Download the app on iOS or Android.

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We understand how hard it can be to talk about TD, and the impact it can have on your relationships. See below for our advice on navigating your TD diagnosis by gaining support from those around you, and on limiting the effect of TD on your relationships.

Talking about testosterone deficiency

Talking about testosterone deficiency

It is important to look after your health. Here are some tips for talking to your doctor, partner and friends so they can help support you throughout your treatment.

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Relationships and sex

Relationships and sex

Get advice about limiting the impact testosterone deficiency can have on your relationships with your family and partner, as well as your sex life.

Get advice


  1. Sexual Advice Association. Testosterone Deficiency. Published February 2016. Available at: Accessed July 2022.
  2. Patient. Testosterone Deficiency. Available at: Accessed July 2022.
  3. Saad F, Aversa A, Isidori AM, et al. Onset of effects of testosterone treatment and time span until maximum effects are achieved. Eur J Endocrinol. 2011;165(5):675–685.

BHUK/2022/179. February 2023.

Reporting of side effects

If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed in the package leaflet. You can also report side effects directly via the Yellow Card Scheme at: or search for MHRA Yellow Card in the Google Play or Apple App Store. By reporting side effects you can help provide more information on the safety of this medicine.