« on: August 25, 2018, 06:02:06 pm »
Hey Jackie, I am late to the party here I see.
I was 41 when I learned that my T was 120 or so. It was a nightmare. Then it got worse.
But that’s mostly because of some genetic defects. You probably don’t have them.
The good news is that there is a lot that can be done. I was functionally impotent when I was diagnosed, and a mental wreck (ask anyone here who remembers me from then).
I guess I am a “Clomid success story” since I am not really on TRT, just Clomid and a very small dose of Anastrazole. My T went up to the low 400s on 25 mg EOD and is now almost 700 on 50 mg EOD. I feel much better, by sexual equipment is working almost completely normally (worst problem now is that I might “waver” a bit in the middle of things, but I always manage to rally back, and this only happens rarely). It took MONTHS for the improvements to really manifest and I’m still not where I was before “the crash” at 41, but I’m much better, have regained the ability to sleep in and have vivid dreams, etc. Clomid can work.
Good luck and don’t give up! If I could normalize, so can you!
Oh, and a thing that keeps me going on the darkest of dark days? The knowledge that penile implants exist and are very effective. Seriously. If that’s in any way your problem, go to franktalk.org and check out the implants forum there. Lots of very happy guys. That’s your worst case scenario. It doesn’t seem that bad.