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I read on examine.com that spirulina is good for allergies, also good for other things.

I always have high libido on vacation. I attribute it to three things:
1 - Extra sun exposure (vitamin D)
2 - Seeing the wife and other woman in tiny swimsuits.
3 - Eating lots of hotel eggs for breakfast.

Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health / Re: Vitaros Review
« on: July 11, 2014, 06:14:29 pm »
What about applying Vitaros with DMSO to get it into the bloodstream?

How would you know if you have been exposed to excessive BPA? Would it be the same symptoms of high estrogen?
I have been eating my lunches out of plastic/tupperware almost every day for the last 20 years. I do not have symptoms of high estrogen.
 But I do have low T. What other problems does BPA cause.
Are there any detox methods?
I have yet to read what percentages BPA can lower T, 10%? 50%

Eggs work for me! We were on vacation for two weeks staying in hotels eating eggs every morning, high libido each day. I now eat hard boiled eggs throughout each week. Also, on vacation I will spend more time in the sun absorbing more vitamin D.

Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health / Re: Clomid and HCG
« on: November 13, 2013, 03:20:52 pm »
I have yet to find a good answer to this.
From what I have read (mainly from this site), this is my thought:
Take a low dose of Clomid, 12.5mg daily which would hopefully avoid any side effects and keep the pituitary pumping out LH.
Take a low dose of HCG 300-500iu twice a week which would avoid over stimulation but should increase T (if secondary).
I think I read that HCG can shut off LH from the pituitary, so the Clomid would keep LH flowing.
A small dose of Arimidex may be needed also.
I have yet to find any studies or doctors using this theory so maybe there is a major flaw in my thinking.

Maybe I missed it, how much juice did they consume during the study?

Is the HCG used for weight loss the same as the HCG used for increasing testosterone? if yes, will guys using it for weight loss also increase T and vise versa?

Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health / Re: Clomid and HCG
« on: July 25, 2013, 01:53:46 pm »
It is just a hypothetical question. My guess is that it would be a huge boost in T, but not sure.
I have used Clomid (doubled my T). Have not used HCG.

Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health / Clomid and HCG
« on: July 25, 2013, 11:52:51 am »
What would be the pros and cons of taking a low dose of Clomid and HCG at the same time. I apologize if this question has been asked several times, I did a forum search and could not find a direct answer.

The brand that works for me is Derma Mag. You can purchase direct form them or on Amazon. I have seen cheaper brands but reviews said they did not work as well as Derma Mag. I think other brands are less potent, don't absorb as well.
When I started using it about five years ago, my diet was not as good as it is now.

I started with 400mg per day, 200mg in morning and another 200mg before bed. I now do 200mg per day. I read that too much magnesuim in the digestive system can cause loose stool ( I also had digestion problems). I would get bad muscle tension headaches, sometimes dizzyness. The magnesuim would make my entire body more relaxed and also improved sleep. I forgot to pack it on vacation and noticed my anxiety symptoms returning.
It also makes my hair and nails grow faster, my wife got jealous and started using it. The brand I use is expensive, but worth the cost for me.

Magnesium oil worked for me, must have been low on magnesium. I was able to stop Paxil after seven years. I think the Paxil screwed up my hormones and caused my low T.

I am 5'11" 168 lbs, I have always been thin.

I am 5'11" 168lbs, I have always been thin.

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