Rapid Dissolve Tablets
At a Glance
- An effective testosterone replacement therapy treatment option
- Helps increase testosterone levels in men with Low-T
- Rapid dissolve tablet is taken orally once or twice daily (depending on dosage)
- Available at 5 mg, and 50 mg dosages
- Prescription needed
Signs of low testosterone (low-T) presents themselves in a variety of ways necessitating the need for multiple treatments. Studies have shown that a significant number of men with low testosterone, or hypogonadism, also experience fatigue, depression, decreased libido, and erectile dysfunction. Our Testosterone in rapid dissolve tablets offers a convenient solution by combining hormone replacement therapy in an easy-to-take, daily dose.
menMD does not compound or dispense prescription products. Prescriptions are filled though our US licensed pharmacy partners.
Starts at $3 per Tablet
What to know about Testosterone Rapid Dissolve Tablets
How it Works
Once placed between the cheek and gum or on the tongue, this rapid dissolve tablet dissolves and releases testosterone directly into the bloodstream through the oral mucosa. This bypasses the liver and gastrointestinal system, providing a more consistent and steady release of testosterone. As a result, it effectively addresses symptoms related to low testosterone levels and improves overall well-being.
With our Rapid Dissolve Tablet formula, you can adjust the dosing by breaking the tablet in half or quarters. This allows you and your provider more options to get a custom strength that fits you best.
Who is it for?
Men experiencing symptoms related to low testosterone levels, such as fatigue, depression, decreased libido, and erectile dysfunction should consider taking oral testosterone. While other forms of hormone replacement therapy exist, studies have found that oral testosterone offers a convenient and consistent delivery method, making it easier to maintain regular use and potentially reducing the risk of side effects associated with fluctuating hormone levels.1
Studies have shown that when compared to other methods such as topical gels or injections, testosterone tablets provide similar efficacy with fewer side effects. 1
1. NIH National Library of Medicine, Pharmacokinetics of testosterone after percutaneous gel or buccal administration
Testosterone Rapid Dissolve Tablet Side Effects
- Gum irritation
- Changes in taste
- Increased risk of blood clots
- Potential heart problems
Good to know
While this form of therapy is not known to be a risk for transference due to the ability of testosterone to transfer, we recommend allowing the medication to absorb fully for 20 minutes and then brushing your teeth. Doing this will stop the medication from transferring to a partner.
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