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DOC HORROR STORY: Testosterone Not Linked to Mood
« on: April 20, 2015, 09:12:32 pm »
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Instead of prescribing ad to left and right, health care should make a proper checkup first since there are a million possible reasons behind mental issues, many of them hormone related.

Many doctors over the years have tried to make me take them, several gp's have even refused to listen when i said i have meet both psychologists and psychiatrists and consistently been told i dont have depression and that the problems are physical.

Ugh seriously. I have even provided signed notes by a psychiatrist saying that there are endocrine abnormalities and the standard endos and a uro I saw a while back didnt believe it. Most doctors are just idiots when it comes to this stuff. Hormone replacement isnt taught in med school. One endocrinologist even told me that "there havent been studies that link testosterone to mood" or the "connection is not that strong" or that "anxiety" was causing my suppressed FSH. I showed the pubmed studies and they still didnt believe it.

there is a huge gap between the research and clinical practice. So many new and effective treatments are not available to us cause of the FDA, DEA, etc.
« Last Edit: April 21, 2015, 01:10:50 am by PeakT »


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Re: DOC HORROR STORY: Testosterone Not Linked to Mood
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2015, 01:12:16 am »
Wow.  Unbelievable.  By the way, I have some studies on testosterone and mood in my book:

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Re: DOC HORROR STORY: Testosterone Not Linked to Mood
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