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Havent posted here in a while but I was a prominent member for a while.  Really sad to hear this.

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Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health / Re: Fate of the site
« on: January 25, 2018, 10:27:11 pm »
Hi Everyone,

I haven't posted much on here in a while, primarily because I feel pretty good these days.  A lot of that is due to this forum,and PeakT.. anything I can do to help, I will certainly do.

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Has anyone ever noticed this, or tested it: For a long time I have been injecting E3D in the morning.  Normally I feel pretty good, but once a few weeks ago, I decided to inject at night.  I felt much better after injecting at night, and have been injecting at night ever since.

Anyone know why this might be the case.  I was thinking that maybe I sleep through the initial spike in hormones so that helps?

Any thoughts?








How much are you injecting?
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27mg with 300 iu hcg

27mg seems like an unusual amount to be injecting. Why not 30mg? What are your TT & FT levels on that dose? Also, have you experimented with different doses of hCG? Is 300 iu e3D the dose you decided was best as a result of trial and error?


I mean I feel good, so I am not sure why I would change.

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Has anyone ever noticed this, or tested it: For a long time I have been injecting E3D in the morning.  Normally I feel pretty good, but once a few weeks ago, I decided to inject at night.  I felt much better after injecting at night, and have been injecting at night ever since.

Anyone know why this might be the case.  I was thinking that maybe I sleep through the initial spike in hormones so that helps?

Any thoughts?



How much are you injecting?
[/quote

27mg with 300 iu hcg

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Has anyone ever noticed this, or tested it: For a long time I have been injecting E3D in the morning.  Normally I feel pretty good, but once a few weeks ago, I decided to inject at night.  I felt much better after injecting at night, and have been injecting at night ever since.

Anyone know why this might be the case.  I was thinking that maybe I sleep through the initial spike in hormones so that helps?

Any thoughts?

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Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health / Re: Boyfriend Struggling
« on: November 10, 2017, 12:20:54 pm »
Your husband is definitely at the right age for this sort of thing to happen, getting treatment in the UK is challenging.

Why, shouldn't the NHS cover everything?

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Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health / Re: 10% v s 20 %
« on: September 23, 2017, 12:18:27 am »
Would depend on a lot of other factors.

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I am sorry, did you say a test level of 75?

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Does TRT affect fertility in women the same as men?  My GF is setting up appointments with Dr Saya, so he should be able to answer any of these questions.

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haha!

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Hi All,

I had my gf get some bloodwork via defy.  Here are the main results.  Let me know if anyone thinks any of this is out of wack.  Note: for some reason the labcorp results use MALE reference ranges, not sure why.

test - 32 ng/dl
Free T - 1.7 pg/dl
DHEA - 150.5
TSH 2.8
FSH 4.9
Estradiol 41.3 pg/ml
Progesterone 0.6  ng/dl

Anyone see anything wrong with this.. I cant really tell.  She has been suffering from fatigue and some depression lately, which is why I sent her over for basic bloodwork.

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Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health / Re: TRT and hair loss
« on: August 08, 2017, 07:00:30 pm »
Hello!

Umm not really.  If you saw my head today you would have a really tough time believing that I suffered any hair loss.  I can tell a difference when I style it though..

Did it make a noticeable impact to anyone around me, no... did I notice, yep.

Zero impact on my life though.

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The NHS must've been reading this thread:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/09/02/obese-patients-and-smokers-banned-from-all-routine-operations-by/

I heard about this.  Only a matter of time in true single payer systems.  The government decides what you get, since they are paying... eventually corners will be cut.  The NHS will be dead in the next decade, right about the time the US will be giving single payer 'a try'

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