Short-acting testosterone injections are injectable medications used for testosterone replacement therapy. They are injected into the gluteal muscle every 2–3 weeks. Long-acting testosterone injections are injected every three months. In Australia, short-acting testosterone injections are sold under the brand name Sustanon.

For more information, see Testosterone Replacement Therapy.

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