Most options for testosterone replacement are considered Tier 2 drugs by many insurance plans, though they may fall under higher copays or may not be covered with some plans. Androderm patches and all gel options run about $550-$600 per month or per prescription (for 30 patches or one container of gel).Where to place Androderm patch?
The patches from Androderm are applied directly to the skin early in the morning. The location will depend on the wearer’s preference, but it is usually placed on the upper arm, shoulders, thigh, back, or stomach. Before affixing the patch, the skin should be freshly washed and completely dry.How do testosterone patches work?
Testosterone is a hormone produced by the body that contributes to the growth, development, and functioning of the male sexual organs and typical male characteristics. Testosterone transdermal patches work by replacing the testosterone that is normally produced by the body.