Compound Cream causing dizziness

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Started compound cream couple weeks ago after being on injections for several years and experiencing some dizziness. Could this be a side effect of the cream and if so will it pass over time? Has anyone else expreienced any side effects from using cream?
 
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I gave it a try a couple of weeks ago and after using it for about a week I noticed I was getting a slightly irregular heartbeat so I stopped the cream to see if it would go way and it did. I then restarted the cream and this time after a couple of days I started feeling dizzy so I stopped it again. Thinking it may just be body adjusting to cream.
 
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What cause you to switch from injections to cream. It's usually just the other way around, men start with gels or creams then go to injections.
 
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I started with Androgel about 5 years ago and had good success with it. However I decided to switch to injections about 3 years ago because, and I hate to admit this but, it was because I read on many forums how much better injections were than gel so .... I felt like if I feel good on gels I must be going to feel even better on injections. I know now that this is not a good reason to switch. Anyhow I have never really felt quite as good on injections as I did on gel. So I decided to give gel another try and my Dr suggested compound cream
 
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I agree that it's probably a good idea. I would think that gels increase your DHT which is in turn is probably the reason you feel better with gels.
 
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I started with Androgel about 5 years ago and had good success with it. However I decided to switch to injections about 3 years ago because, and I hate to admit this but, it was because I read on many forums how much better injections were than gel so .... I felt like if I feel good on gels I must be going to feel even better on injections. I know now that this is not a good reason to switch. Anyhow I have never really felt quite as good on injections as I did on gel. So I decided to give gel another try and my Dr suggested compound cream
Hi Cooper, Androgel is the king of kings when it comes to T gels all other are compared to it. I loved everything about T gels I used Testim except the price $300-$600/month with no insurance. I tried compounding creams and it was total junk. 3 clicks of the strongest 200mg/ml got my TT to a wopping 345.
I have never felt dizzy or had any bad sides to creams they just don't work for me.

hth
 
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