Testosterone propionate is a commonly manufactured, oil-based injectable testosterone compound. The propionate ester will slow the rate in which the steroid is released from the injection site, but only for a few days. Testosterone propionate is therefore much faster acting than other testosterone esters such as cypionate or enanthate, and requires a much more frequent dosing schedule, in order to maintain stable blood levels. While cypionate and enanthate are injected on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, propionate is usually injected every second. The propionate ester can be very irritating to the site of injection. In fact, many sensitive individuals choose to stay away from this steroid completely, their body reacting with a pronounced soreness and low-grade fever that may last for a few days.
If you are older than 35, have prostate problems or concerns (if so you probably shouldn’t even juice or at least see your doctor for prostate exam-fun), if you are susceptible or have worries about hair loss, opt for the effective yet safer anabolic-type drugs. Deca (or any nandrolone), equipoise, anavar, winstrol, primobolan. Keep in mind that winstrol and primo are not very androgenic but do have androgenic influences on hair loss in some individuals. Nothing is full-proof. You are rolling the dice somewhat every time you put some foreign chemical into your body. Trial and error is the only way to know for sure with your own genetics. But an educated trial and error is always best.