I have found that it is not a matter of whether you want more testosterone or not. It is a matter of how much you need to take.
Many companies are offering testosterone creams and injectables. Most testosterone creams are either testosterone-based or are testosterone-enanthate or testosterone enanthate-based. This is not the same thing as "testosterone powder". If you buy any of these products from a doctor you should be able to see their label to know what is in the product. For example, a testosterone creams may say: "Testosterone Testosterone Enanthate Testosterone Mature Cream" or "Testosterone Mature Cream". You will find this type of labeling on testosterone products, and it should be obvious what product it is. You may see the words "testosterone enanthate" or "testosterone Mature Cream" on these testosterone products as well. If your doctor has labeled a testosterone product with these words, they have clearly explained to you that the product is "testosterone enanthate". As far as I know, there is no such thing as an "enanthate" testosterone product. I will try to write down a list of common testosterone products that I am aware of, which I know you will find useful. Enanthate testosterone products are testosterone creams that contain testosterone enanthate. Testosterone enanthate is testosterone from the body that is not converted to estrogen.