STADA TESTOSTERONE BLEND 400 MG 10ML, TC is widely available with a prescription. You can find it in health food stores as well as a wide range of internet outlets.

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Stada testosterone blend 400 such as cypionate is one of a number of testosterone derivatives, a testosterone ester. Test esters have been altered slightly by the addition of a single reactive ester group to the molecule. Depo-Testosterone is, therefore, more soluble in fats, so when given as an intramuscular injection it remains in the tissue and is slowly released over a number of days.

Is Testosterone Cypionate the Same As Depo Testosterone?

Yes. Stada testosterone blend 400 is available as the brand-name drug Depo-Testosterone. It’s also available as a generic drug, which may not be as strong as the branded version. The reason for this? Generic drugs usually cost less than their counterparts and are often manufactured by different companies that cannot produce all strengths because of patent rights.

Testosterone Cypionate Side Effects

Testosterone cypionate is only taken by directions from your physician. Side effects can be common and can range from mild to severe.

  • Acne
  • Hair growth
  • Muscle pain
  • Stomach pain (with oral tablets)
  • Male pattern hair growth
  • Rapid weight gain
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Chest pain
  • Raised blood pressure

Mild Side Effects

There are a number of mild adverse reactions that may occur when taking Stada testosterone blend 400 derivative:

  • Acne
  • Hair growth
  • Muscle pain
  • Stomach pain (with oral tablets)
  • Male pattern hair growth
  • Rapid weight gain
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Chest pain
  • Raised blood pressure

It should be noted that if you feel sudden onset chest pain you should always inform your physician. It may just be a symptom of androgen therapy but also as an indicator of a more serious, underlying condition.

Serious Side Effects

There are also a number of more serious adverse reactions to Stada testosterone blend 400 therapy;

  • Coronary heart disease: Clinical trials have shown that taking TC can moderately increase the risk of coronary artery disease in geriatric patients.
  • Raised red blood cell count: A higher red blood cell count (hematocrit) literally means the blood becomes thicker. This raises the risk of blood clots.
  • Blood clots and deep vein thrombosis: Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is blood clots forming in the major veins. This occurs most commonly in the legs. If this is already a risk factor for you, speak with your doctor.
  • Raised blood pressure: Raised blood pressure can cause severe headaches and increase the risk of heart attack or stroke. Your doctor will likely monitor this constantly and amend treatment as needed.
  • Breast cancer. 

Stada testosterone blend 400 and Drug Interactions

Drugs often have interaction issues with other medications you may be taking. Here is a detailed checklist to help you:

  • Blood thinners: Taking testosterone puts you at a greater risk of a bleed.
  • Insulin: Increased risk of hypoglycemia.
  • Corticosteroids: Fluid build-up may exacerbate heart and liver conditions.

How To Take Stada testosterone blend 400

Testosterone cypionate is available as an injectable solution. You can take it either as an intramuscular shot or as a subcutaneous injection.


Typical drug regimes are between 50 mg ml and 400 mg ml every two weeks. The maximum recommended dose is 400 mg ml as an intramuscular injection every two weeks.  The dosage you take will depend on t your age, however, it is safe for pediatric patients above 12 years of age cypionate blend 400.

What Is Stada testosterone blend 400 Mg Ml Used For?

TC is used when serum testosterone levels are reduced, causing a specific  or a set of low-t-related problems. The bi-weekly injections are to either boost or replace the body’s missing testosterone.

How To Inject Testosterone Cypionate

Your doctor will demonstrate how to inject yourself. Once you are confident you will be able to do this yourself.

Testosterone injections are given usually as an intramuscular shot, meaning you inject it directly into muscle mass and not into the blood. Typically the buttocks or thighs are the most common injection sites.

It can also be given subcutaneously, meaning under the skin. This is less common and your doctor will advise you which is best.

How Often Should You Inject Testosterone Cypionate?

Most testosterone treatments are bi-weekly shots. However, it will depend on the reason you’re taking the drug.

Your doctor will assess your condition by looking at your serum testosterone concentration and work out which is the best treatment plan for you.

As the testosterone treatment progresses, your doctor will monitor your testosterone blood levels and, after discussion, may alter your treatment schedule. This is normal and not a sign that there is anything wrong.

How To Store Testosterone Cypionate

It is recommended that you store TC away from bright light and at room temperature, between 68 and 77 degrees Fahrenheit (20 and 25 celsius).

Like most prescription drugs Stada testosterone blend 400 or TC requires you to be careful about how and where you store the drug. If you do not follow these guidelines the drug may degrade and lose efficacy.

Stada testosterone blend 400 Alternatives: Supplements

There are other ways to help boost low testosterone levels—some are prescription-only drugs and some are over-the-counter remedies that you can buy.

  • Gel: Also known as testosterone gel or Stada testosterone blend 400 —it’s applied to the skin where it’s quickly absorbed. A great option for people who have a phobia of injections, however, transdermal applications have drawbacks such as skin irritation.
  • Pellets: There is a range of pellets that can be placed under the skin that offer a slow-release solution.
  • Oral applications: Testosterone pills offer a quick and easy solution but are generally not as effective as digestion reduces the effectiveness of the dose.
  • Dehydroepiandrosterone: DHEA is a naturally occurring hormone and can be purchased as a supplement.
  • Herbal supplements: Although herbal testosterone supplements don’t contain hormones, they do feature a combination of testosterone-boosting ingredients, such as d-aspartic acid, vitamin D, and fenugreek.


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