Welcome to the club.
Went on TRT a yr or so ago cause hypogonadism.
I feel your pain about needles. I got ragged on here cause people couldn't grasp the concept that a syringe in Japan is the equivalent to crack cocaine in the states when I wanted to do an oral only cycle.
My doctor is about a 20 minute drive and he allows me to B&C and will prescribe primo, growth, etc. (out of pocket for those, but it's nominal compared to the states – if you could even get a script). I don't know if any others closer would... but there are literally clinics everywhere within walking distance in Japan, even in residential neighborhoods. [Fortunately for me, though, I'm retired and it's no biggie]
With that being said, ask your doc for a referral letter to the closest hospital / clinic. Problem kinda solved.
I'm in the process of finding out if I can get slin syringes for hCG since it's recommended to be 250iu E3D. If that works, I'll let you know how. Then, create a stockpile, I suppose. My doc also wanted to do the 5000iu – Japan is far behind in treatment, they'll give you 25mg methyltestosterone tablets (what you'd get if you ordered bunk dbol) if you asked.
I just saw this. What?...
E-pharma.jp puts 1mg, good enough for 1 week in most cases, at 452 yen ($4). How often are you taking the stuff?? Sounds like your doc is ripping you off if you got govt insurance or you're taking too much.
Note to mod: e-pharma.jp is a website that lists drugs, information on them ,and their respective price per unit for Japan at full coverage – much like drugs.com, except with an "MSRP". Adex is 452 Yen, but, if it was prescribed, one would only pay 30% (136 yen if you had breast cancer). It does not sell drugs and is not a source of buying drugs. It's a great resource for any Expat in Japan to know how much they're facing to pay at the doctor's office.