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Anthony01234567

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Re: Xyosted questions
« Reply #30 on: October 14, 2020, 08:43:41 pm »
Hi....

I was using Androgel for awhile, and finally my insurance will cover Xyosted....

I have been using Xyosted (100 mg, one per week)for about 6 weeks, but I don't feel as well as I was expecting,  my libido still is low, almost nothing morning erections, still need to use generic viagra, don't know what's wrong with me...

I have a good job, wonderful wife and kids, no stress in my life....

Do I need to wait longer to see real benefits with TRT?  Are my expectations too high for only 6 week of Xyosted??? I was with Androgel before fir about 2 months...

I will need to get blood lab this week since I have an appt with my Dr. Next week..

I don't think that 6 weeks is "long enough" to make a judgement.

You should look at your blood lab results.

Also, you might need to "up" the dose?  Maybe 100 mg. every 7 days is not the "correct" dosage for you?

Maybe you need to inject more than 100 mg?

And/or maybe you need to inject more frequently that once per week?

Either way, 6 weeks is too short of a time-frame to decide to quit.

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Re: Xyosted questions
« Reply #31 on: October 17, 2020, 06:47:12 pm »
Thank you @Cataceous and @Anthony01234567 . I would wait for another few months then.  I will continue using Xyosted.... I  got a blood work yesterday and will see the lab results next week... I have a Dr. Appt. Next week too....

maybe my expectations have been too high for a short time of using Xyosted.....

My main concern now is that I don't perform well without taking the generic viagra... I  love my wife and love to have sex with her almost every night....


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Re: Xyosted questions
« Reply #31 on: October 17, 2020, 06:47:12 pm »