Well since starting injections on Sept 4th, things have progressed all for the better. At first the doctor was doing massive 400mg shots meant to last 3 weeks. Bad idea. Way too big of swings. I switched to weekly self injecting 200mg on Oct 18th. This is much better and I feel the best the first 5 days. Days 6 and 7 are good also, but I still look forward to getting the next shot each Thursday. I'm not scheduled to get a blood test until the end of March so I really don't know what my T levels are. The one blood test I had was on the 14th day back when I was taking the 400mg shots. My level was 232. I extrapolated based upon 1 data point
and figure my levels now fluctuate between 500 and 1000 during my weekly schedule of 200mg. It will be interesting to see what my actually T levels are in another 3 months.
I think every week continues to see subtle improvements in different areas. I have a lot more energy than I use to have. Jog 2 miles every morning, weight train 4 days a week and eat like a horse.
Libido has improved along with nightly erections and morning wood. Still rely on Cialis but things have improved. I hope to see slow but steady improvement to continue in this area as time marches on.
It is a continuous learning process and I look forward to more improvements in the future. My only regret is I didn't address my low T much sooner as I have been quite low for several years and felt like crap. Now that I know what it feels like not to feel like crap. I suspect there are a lot of older guys, like myself, that didn't realize just how sub par they felt, both physically and mentally.
I want to thank PeakT again for this valuable site as it has helped me immensely to understand the many unanswered questions of low T and the health risks. I doubt I would have been exposed to it for many years if ever and may have wasted a lot more future years.