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Hoosier52

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Good point, Peak T.

The good docs are so hard to find.

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Great idea. Anyone got the best doc in Austin, TX?

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Hoosier52

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If you know of a good TRT or BHRT doc, please post that info here for those of us trying to find a good doctor. Sharing that information would be much appreciated!
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I know you are looking for actual doc's, but did you see this?

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Dr. Frank Melograna/urologist; Annapolis, Maryland/410-897-1961; Greenbelt, Maryland/301-477-2000(MidAtlantic Urology Associates.   
65 y.o., 5'5", 138lbs.
Complex medical history: treatment resistant ultra rapid cycling bipolar illness, history of thyroid and adrenal problems. ED/libido problems since 2010.  Restoring my physical health has been, and remains, a daunting challenge.

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Hope this helps for anyone in the Southern Appalachians. I see Dr. Tom Rogers, he's great and so is his support staff, at least at the Kingsport, TN office. He has two other offices, Knoxville and Chattanooga, TN that are primarily run by nurse practitioners, not a bad thing, just don't know them personally. I think Dr. Rogers visits the satellite offices once a week (?) for initial consults and such.

He's been very helpful to me. He specializes in hormone replacement therapy and has won "awards" from the state of TN. He's also a great all around physician, I see him as my PCP as well, I feel like that has been beneficial.

His office is self pay only but his rates are reasonable (insurance may pay for labs and rx's?), approximately $130 for an initial Hormone consultation, $80 for follow-ups. They don't mark up for labs, just a phlebotomist fee (under $10). Injections in office are $35 a piece and he'll likely start you on weekly doses, he'll accommodate other dosing schedules if you ask, I do e4d. Once he gets you on the right dose he'll write you a prescription to do injections at home if you want, I do, it's MUCH cheaper. I know he also does Clomid and HCG and is familiar with AI's.

Oh, and he takes out of state patients.

Here's a link to his webpage:  http://performancemedicine.net/locations

Let me know if I can answer any questions.
31 years old 6'3" 270 lbs (the biggest I've ever been!)

Diagnosed December '14 with testosterone level @ 270.

Took Clomid until last week but only got my T up to 450 with VERY little symptom improvement.

150mg of Testosterone and .5mg of Arimidex (generic) every week for 6 weeks.

Trough reading of 468 and E2 of 44 on 3/18/15

3/24/15  starting on 120 mg T Cyp E4D followed by .5mg of anastrazole day after injection.

Hoping for the best.

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Thanks, Augtrane!

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Dr.  Bronner Handwerger in San Diego,  Ca is great!  Highly recommended!
30 years old
5'7"  155lbs

history of secondary hypogonadism and hypothyroid since 2011

current protocol:
1/23/15  T Cyp 50mg 2x per week
                            HCG  400 iu 2x per week
                            Compound T3 25mcg daily
                            Nature Throid 1.5 grain daily
3/13/15
TCyp 120mg  (40mg 3x/week alternating subQ/IM)
HCG  350 iu 2x per week 
Anastrazole .5mg every 9 days     
Compound T3 37mcg daily
Nature Throid 1.5 grain daily
Iron Citrate    50mg daily
DHEA             50mg daily

Multi V
VIT C  1000mg daily
Vit D 5000iu
2400mg Fish Oil
2/13/15 Labs
DHEA                246qg/dL    (160-449)
E2                     32.5pg/mL  (7.6-42.6)
SHBG                54nmol/L     (10-80)
Testosterone     1041ng/dL   (348-1197)
Free Test.          18.52ng/dL  (calculated)
DHT                   54ng/dL       (30-85)
IGF-1                 171ng/mL    (110-337

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Great idea. Anyone got the best doc in Austin, TX?

I use Dr. Parviz Kavoussi at Austin Center for Men's Health.

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We're getting a few responses. Please give us some ore!

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Anybody got anything for Iowa or the midwest?  Thanks!
Age 30
5'10" 173lbs 14% BF
Gluten Free, Organic, loosely Paleo

6/5/2015 - Four doses of Axiron every morning.  This equates to 12mg? of testosterone per day?  No clue how much is actually absorbed.

Last reading (April? 2015):
T          309
Free T   82.2?  not sure the units
DHT      ?
DHEAS  ?
E2         ?
SHBG    ?

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