Before I review any testosterone product, let me mention that testosterone replacement is not cheap. If you don't use testosterone products, the cost to buy them can easily run $500-1000 or more. Most testosterone products, like creams, gels, and shots, are covered under the health insurance policies of most insurance companies. The only way to buy a replacement testosterone injection, if your insurance does not cover it, is to purchase a testosterone replacement cream. If you have private insurance, and the cost for a testosterone product is more than you can afford, I strongly recommend you get a second opinion. That second opinion will be more cost-effective than you will realize. Some products can cost you as much as $1000 for a single order, but that's a small fraction of what some testosterone products cost. After reviewing various testosterone products, I came to the conclusion that the "testosterone shots" that were so popular in the 80's and 90's are not necessarily any better for your health than the alternatives that are now available. As for creams, I find that there are far more options and quality than there were a few years ago. I've been to some of the major testosterone clinics, and I believe that a lot of the information they share is either outdated, incorrect, or not particularly useful to most men.