Yes, I completely agree with you. First of all, things are changing pretty rapidly in the U.S. from what I've seen. What really changed things in the U.S. are all the pharmaceutical solutions, i.e. Androgel, Axiron, Foresta, Testim, Testopel, etc. Each of these companies did studies and I'm sure have sent out their reps and that's the way things work over here: docs usually don't have time to read the journals but do have time to listen to the pharma reps. The pharma reps, fortunately imo, had some pretty good info and so now many docs are starting to prescribe for men in the 300's with symptoms.
Now there have been probably a dozen guys from the U.K. in the last six months on this board who are saying the same thing as you. Based on what I'm hearing, it's much more "old school" and rigid in the U.K. unless you can afford the private insurance.
Any guys in the U.K. have any advice for Wolfman?