My health plan does not cover testim, yet doctor recommended.
27 Jun 2011
The makers of Testim have a promotional plan in place right now that lowers the cost of the drug to about $30 per month. All you have to do is sign up, and either 1) take a card that they send to you to your prescription shop so that they can take advantage of the discount when filling your prescription for about a year... or 2) mail in the informationon your prescription and the manufacture will contact the pharmacy based upon the info you provide (prescript. #, Doctor's name, patient's name, etc.)
Either way, it's a great way to cut the cost of the medicine for at least a year.
And my experience is that after two months, you'll be convinced that you're seeing changes... by six months, you'll be SURE of it. (My only concern is what I'm going to do when my year is up. But that may be the point of the promotional offer... to convince you how necessary it is to keep filling the prescription... )
24 Jul 2011
I have used both. I like Testem much better than androgel. Androgel was harder to apply and get the right amount from he pump. I noticed it mae my testicles feel strange. The Testem dosage is pre-measured in seperate toobs.It have a nice smell and I did not feel ant side affect in my testicles. I think it absorbes better and I feel if workinf very quickly. I would highly recommend this over Androgel.
15 Aug 2009
I haven't used them myself but the links below have reviews/comments made by people who have used either one or both. Hope this helps.
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