I would think that application of any low-T gel would do better the longer it was in place, in contact with your skin. Therefore, if you apply it after a morning shower, it would have the longest period of contact through the day, under your clothes.
If applied later, it might be a shorter period before a shower, bath, swim or love-making.
Of course, you'll want to shower and wash to remove the drug before engaging in any close quarters love-making, so as not to expose your partner to the drug. Recently the makers of these low-T drugs have been instructed by the feds to increase warning lables after frequent reports of kids and partner developing male characterists from cross-contaimination.
- AndroGel Information for Consumers
- AndroGel Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of AndroGel (detailed)
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