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Upgrades to PeakTestosterone
« on: July 12, 2018, 06:45:37 pm »

Hello Guys

A while ago I gave everyone the bad news about the passing of this site's founder and my friend PeakT (Curt Moyer aka Lee Meyers).  He was an amazing man that wanted no recognition for his work (he remained unanimous). Even his closest friends did not know about all the amazing help he provided to thousands.

It has been a difficult process for his family to obtain info about this site's admin login, but we have finally able to get that information so that this site remains online to keep his work alive.

I know there are many upgrades that you guys may want to see.  Please feel free to do so by replying to this email.

Please join me in thanking our moderator Cataceous for keeping this site safe after PeakT's passing.  It was no easy task.

Thanks a lot for participating in PeakTestosterone.com and for your patience and kind words through this difficult time.  Many of you donated funds to help the Moyer family.  Thank you for that.

I will try to be more present here in the future. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you want.

In health,

Nelson Vergel
Author, Built to Survive & Testosterone: A Man's Guide
Founder of ExcelMale.com and DiscountedLabs.com

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« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2018, 06:45:18 am »
Credit where it's due: This site would not be running without all the work Nelson has put in to gaining access. This was not a simple thing. A heartfelt thanks to him for his efforts to preserve this site and its forum.
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Age: 57, Ht: 5'10", Wt: 158 lbs
Protocol: 18 mg T enanthate subQ qod, 250 IU hCG subQ qod, 50 mcg anastrozole qod, 6.25 mg DHEA orally bid
7/2018 test results: TT: 800 ng/dL, E2: 50 pg/mL immunoassay, DHEA-S: 264 ug/dL (49-344)—SHBG ~30 nmol/L

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« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2018, 07:35:19 am »
Long time "reader/Guest" first time posting.

Thank you for what you do and after seeing this update I decided that I should at the very least register to the site.

Few resources like this for us men on the internet. I urge other guest users to register as well.

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« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2018, 04:58:50 pm »
Thank You!

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« Reply #4 on: July 13, 2018, 05:07:46 pm »
Thank you!

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« Reply #5 on: July 13, 2018, 06:36:23 pm »
Too precious a gem and legacy to be lost!
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« Reply #6 on: July 13, 2018, 06:42:19 pm »
Really appreciate your work on this Nelson!

This site acts as a foil for all the lazy MD's out there, holding out a candle and giving hope to those who are lost in the downward spiral that low T makes of life.
Age:56, Height 6' 3" weight 92.5KG
2014 Androderm Patches
2014-2016 Andriol 160mg
June 2016 Clomid/Serophene 12.5mg EOD
September 2016 no TRT all natural and supplements for the time being
February 2017 Testosterone cream 100mg daily

Sept 2016
Testosterone   8.2 nmol/l   9-38
Free Testosterone   239 pmol/l   L   250-800
SHBG:  14    nmol/L   9-60
Free Androgen index   586   >400
Oestradiol    112   pmol/L    <190
LH    2.6 IU/L Adult male   2 - 9 IU/L
FSH  1.4 IU/L Adult male L2 - 12 IU/L

22 November
T 6.8  nmol/L ( 9-38 ) L

March 2017
Testosterone:   45.0  nmol/L ( 9-38 ) H ( 1,323 ng/dl )
Free Testosterone:   1512  pmol/L ( 250-800 ) H
SHBG:   17  nmol/L ( 9-60 )
Plasma IGF-1:   227 ug/L ( 55-198 ) H
Plasma cortisol:   434 nmol/L ( 0600-1000 hrs 170-500 nmol/L )
HbA1c:   36 mmol/mol ( 20-40 )
LH:   <0.1 IU/L
FSH:   0.1 IU/L
DHT Plasma Dihydrotestosterone:   7455   pmol/L ( 223 ng/dl ) 

Reference Range Adult males  1000-6000 pmol/L

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Re: Upgrades to PeakTestosterone
« Reply #7 on: July 13, 2018, 07:09:56 pm »
Many thanks Cataceous and Nelson! 
Age: 55, Ht: 5'08", Wt: 155 lbs
Protocol: 30mg T Cyp + 30 IU HCG M,W,F + 2 clicks T Cream + 15mg DHEA + 15mg Pregnenalone daily.
1/2018 test results: TT: 1123 ng/dL (264-916), FT: 22.6 pg/mL (7.2-24), E2: 37.3 pg/mL sensitive (8.0-35.0)

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« Reply #8 on: July 14, 2018, 03:05:57 am »
Yes, thanks so much for your dedication Nelson and Cataceous. 

Currently going through a divorce (that started of all times shortly after Peak's death), but plan on being online more to help the site in the future.  Peak had a way of being contagious with his passion and dedication to health and HRT.
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March 2014: Dx low T (158ng/dl)
September 2015: Dx hypothyroidism, other adrenal hypofunction/low cortisol
Treatment: 30-35 mg cypionate subq E3D, 50 mcg levothyroxine QD; adaptogens
Supplements: fish oil, vitamin D3, magnesium, copper (low in serum), DIM, coq10, B vitamins (including hydroxyb12), probiotic, astaxanthin, iodine
Depression and anxiety guide: http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Help_Anxiety_Depression.aspx

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« Reply #9 on: July 14, 2018, 06:28:10 pm »
Yes thanks for keeping it going! A suggestion I have is category headings. Unless I am missing something, all posts go under one general catch-all category right? Would be more user-friendly I think with different categories.

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« Reply #10 on: July 14, 2018, 06:54:54 pm »
Yes thanks for keeping it going! A suggestion I have is category headings. Unless I am missing something, all posts go under one general catch-all category right? Would be more user-friendly I think with different categories.
Ya know, I'm going to disagree with adding more categories.  Or if we add some, lets be really careful and not add too many.   I like it being more simple.  If you go to Nelson's site Excelmale.com, you will see what a site with too many categories looks like.  There are so many categories, you don't know where to post questions and things tend to get lost.  (sorry to dog your site Nelson). 
Age: 55, Ht: 5'08", Wt: 155 lbs
Protocol: 30mg T Cyp + 30 IU HCG M,W,F + 2 clicks T Cream + 15mg DHEA + 15mg Pregnenalone daily.
1/2018 test results: TT: 1123 ng/dL (264-916), FT: 22.6 pg/mL (7.2-24), E2: 37.3 pg/mL sensitive (8.0-35.0)

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« Reply #11 on: July 14, 2018, 07:10:40 pm »
Yes thanks for keeping it going! A suggestion I have is category headings. Unless I am missing something, all posts go under one general catch-all category right? Would be more user-friendly I think with different categories.
Ya know, I'm going to disagree with adding more categories.  Or if we add some, lets be really careful and not add too many.   I like it being more simple.  If you go to Nelson's site Excelmale.com, you will see what a site with too many categories looks like.  There are so many categories, you don't know where to post questions and things tend to get lost.  (sorry to dog your site Nelson). 

Agreed. Keep it focussed.
Age:56, Height 6' 3" weight 92.5KG
2014 Androderm Patches
2014-2016 Andriol 160mg
June 2016 Clomid/Serophene 12.5mg EOD
September 2016 no TRT all natural and supplements for the time being
February 2017 Testosterone cream 100mg daily

Sept 2016
Testosterone   8.2 nmol/l   9-38
Free Testosterone   239 pmol/l   L   250-800
SHBG:  14    nmol/L   9-60
Free Androgen index   586   >400
Oestradiol    112   pmol/L    <190
LH    2.6 IU/L Adult male   2 - 9 IU/L
FSH  1.4 IU/L Adult male L2 - 12 IU/L

22 November
T 6.8  nmol/L ( 9-38 ) L

March 2017
Testosterone:   45.0  nmol/L ( 9-38 ) H ( 1,323 ng/dl )
Free Testosterone:   1512  pmol/L ( 250-800 ) H
SHBG:   17  nmol/L ( 9-60 )
Plasma IGF-1:   227 ug/L ( 55-198 ) H
Plasma cortisol:   434 nmol/L ( 0600-1000 hrs 170-500 nmol/L )
HbA1c:   36 mmol/mol ( 20-40 )
LH:   <0.1 IU/L
FSH:   0.1 IU/L
DHT Plasma Dihydrotestosterone:   7455   pmol/L ( 223 ng/dl ) 

Reference Range Adult males  1000-6000 pmol/L

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« Reply #12 on: July 14, 2018, 07:25:07 pm »
Yes thanks for keeping it going! A suggestion I have is category headings. Unless I am missing something, all posts go under one general catch-all category right? Would be more user-friendly I think with different categories.
Ya know, I'm going to disagree with adding more categories.  Or if we add some, lets be really careful and not add too many.   I like it being more simple.  If you go to Nelson's site Excelmale.com, you will see what a site with too many categories looks like.  There are so many categories, you don't know where to post questions and things tend to get lost.  (sorry to dog your site Nelson). 

Agreed. Keep it focussed.

I'm with Joe and ghce on this one. At least with the current level of traffic I don't see more categories as beneficial.
I am not a medical doctor; any suggestions are meant to be discussed with your doctor.
Age: 57, Ht: 5'10", Wt: 158 lbs
Protocol: 18 mg T enanthate subQ qod, 250 IU hCG subQ qod, 50 mcg anastrozole qod, 6.25 mg DHEA orally bid
7/2018 test results: TT: 800 ng/dL, E2: 50 pg/mL immunoassay, DHEA-S: 264 ug/dL (49-344)—SHBG ~30 nmol/L

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« Reply #13 on: July 14, 2018, 07:49:57 pm »
I'm going to disagree with adding more categories. 

Ok well I'm pretty new here so obviously the votes of you old pros count for a lot more than mine. But just as an example, tell me if I am missing something here or doing it wrong...

I'm looking for threads relating to thyroid concerns. There is no thyroid category to look under, so I put "thyroid" in the search box and hit enter. I get 30 results, all of them from 2013, 2014, and 2015. Has no one posted about thyroid here within the past 3 years?

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« Reply #14 on: July 14, 2018, 08:34:28 pm »
Thyroid comes up a lot but that search engine is not so good.
Age:56, Height 6' 3" weight 92.5KG
2014 Androderm Patches
2014-2016 Andriol 160mg
June 2016 Clomid/Serophene 12.5mg EOD
September 2016 no TRT all natural and supplements for the time being
February 2017 Testosterone cream 100mg daily

Sept 2016
Testosterone   8.2 nmol/l   9-38
Free Testosterone   239 pmol/l   L   250-800
SHBG:  14    nmol/L   9-60
Free Androgen index   586   >400
Oestradiol    112   pmol/L    <190
LH    2.6 IU/L Adult male   2 - 9 IU/L
FSH  1.4 IU/L Adult male L2 - 12 IU/L

22 November
T 6.8  nmol/L ( 9-38 ) L

March 2017
Testosterone:   45.0  nmol/L ( 9-38 ) H ( 1,323 ng/dl )
Free Testosterone:   1512  pmol/L ( 250-800 ) H
SHBG:   17  nmol/L ( 9-60 )
Plasma IGF-1:   227 ug/L ( 55-198 ) H
Plasma cortisol:   434 nmol/L ( 0600-1000 hrs 170-500 nmol/L )
HbA1c:   36 mmol/mol ( 20-40 )
LH:   <0.1 IU/L
FSH:   0.1 IU/L
DHT Plasma Dihydrotestosterone:   7455   pmol/L ( 223 ng/dl ) 

Reference Range Adult males  1000-6000 pmol/L

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