So why did the marketing geniuses decide to name this product Androgel 1.62%? How could a doctor remember that? There must have been some logic behind it but I can't see what it is. Yes, it is a 1.62% testosterone gel but that does not explain why doctors have to write that! Wouldn't Androgel Next Generation or Androgel Low Volume make more sense and actually give doctors the chance to remember this new product and write it? Anything but a seemingly random set of numbers would be good. Can anyone provide an explanation please because right now I feel like these marketing people are idiots. Many reps and doctors agree that this name at least a hundred million dollar mistake.