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Why I got rid of testosterone pills in 2015

A year ago, I was taking my prescribed testosterone for the first time.

And then the side effects started coming.

My back began to hurt, my muscles started to ache, and my face started to turn red.

The side effects didn’t stop after I took the pills, though, and I had to take more testosterone in the future to avoid them happening again.

But the pills are now out of my life, and it’s time to take them off.

That’s why I’ve been switching my testosterone to something I’m not particularly concerned about.

Here are my top tips for transitioning to testosterone without side effects.