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Testosterone levels are influenced by many things, but they most certainly are influenced by hormones. When you increase your hormone levels, your body changes. One of the things that will affect the body's ability to use testosterone is the amount of testosterone that your body can produce. If you don't have enough of your natural testosterone, your body will try to make it. This will often lead to side effects. In the short term, these side effects include muscle loss, hair growth, facial hair growth, and hair loss. For most people, these side effects will decrease over time. But if you're taking testosterone products with other hormones, you may also notice more of these side effects. For example, in men, testosterone will help increase the production of androgen (the main female sex hormone) in the body, but if your testosterone levels are too low, you may not get much of the side effects that you get with the other hormones.
Many doctors prescribe testosterone pills. In fact, some of the most popular testosterone pills in the United States are testosterone cypionate and testosterone cypionate/testosterone ethyl ester (testosterone cypionate). Testosterone supplements have a number of benefits and side effects, but they don't give you the exact same levels of testosterone that you'll get from the medications you take for your body's own needs.