In NZ as well - currently trialing Reandron/Nebido option, was the first option that was reccomended so unsure about all the options, but I do know you can get the gel/patches here as well but most people dont reccomend it due to poor uptake/skin problems
First problem I had was the specialist's reluctance to start measuring any blood tests other than CBC, Testosterone and PSA.
I've had my first injection 3 weeks ago, and T levels are still very low - but specialist thinks they will go up after 2nd injection which is next week. I can only wait and let you know
If you stick with the sustanon surely you can self inject? With Reandron Im expected to go to the pharmacy and picked the T myself, so surely the pharmacy will see you the Sustanon - then you can self inject, KSman is right, low dosage injections more often. The half life is short, so 2 weeks is a bit long to wait for the next
Whats the price of sustanon? Reandron 1000mg I paid $15 for, then claim back from insurance
What I can advise if you do the Reandron is to check the blood often, the Dr will try to tell you its a once a 12 week injection - but many guys' experiences will tell you otherwise, the half life is much shorter and the manafacturer specifies injections can be reduced to once every 6 weeks