How long for testosterone to start working ?

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I just started a low dose to see if can help me with the fatigue . Wondered when you start feeling any effects of it ? 

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    About 3 months too, mine to work and really helps with confidence I use daily been on a year now along with patch and 3 monthly progesterone gel after try so many different combinations , what I do know we have to give it time and to balance with the other hormones 
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      Ok thank you Joanne I’m only on a low dose as my testosterone wasn’t too bad ... it’s to help with the fatigue I’m suffering from. Glad it’s working for you I’m also on the patch which is helping too.
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      Hi Jill 

      ‘yes I take patch estrodot just recently up from 50to 75 as 50to low and a pea amlount of testogel daily on top thigh keep gel in fridge and progesterone gel every 12_14 weeks for 15 days hope this helps 

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      ps combination took me 18 months to balance and finally I think this helps testogel great on cogenitive brain skin muscle and the mojo of needed the amount of a pea size daily is so low so no side affect I have no extra hair deep voice in fact all positive xx
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      I’m on estrogen patch and progesterone cream and now a low  dose testosterone . I didn’t tolerate the progesterone/estrogen patch combo ( made me very depressed) but separately I’m ok with it ... go figure. 
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      Good to know Joanne ... I’m on a very low dose too and was worried about side effects . Heard it can help immensely if the dose isn’t too high . 
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