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Re: Looks like I'll be cutting down on the testosterone a bit...
« Reply #15 on: December 04, 2015, 04:50:59 pm »
I took an (approximated) 0.1mg of arimidex yesterday while waiting for my new compounded capsules to be delivered. I feel much better already. Not 100% by any means, but much better than before. My problem was definitely high E2.

I sure hear that one a lot...
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Re: Looks like I'll be cutting down on the testosterone a bit...
« Reply #16 on: December 04, 2015, 06:28:48 pm »
Good Day, my friends!

I shall also second a vote for the usefulness and need for compounding pharmacies. I shall not get into a rant on
 Big Pharma trying to kill CPs...but, read the news. Anyway....

My AI is Letrozole in .1 mg troches (a small gelatinized tablet-like affair). I take 1/2 of the troche each Sunday night.

Last three blood tests (over a year period) have my E2 (sens) level at 17, and I feel Manly and Functional.

The compounding pharmacy has a small useable dose in a small troche, at a cost I can afford. Only
cosideration is the troches have be refrigerated. No problem there, as they are with my hCG medication.
(also from a sterile compounding pharmacy, CPAB nationally rated.)

Last blood test after my pellets showed everything is at good levels, particularly T just at 1,100.

Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving, and will have a very Merry Christmas. I've been busy
and happy at my Lady's farm this Summer. Been lurking in the background, but thought I would post on this.

Ya'All take care. Keep fighting the Good Fight ! Cheers ! Sam D.
Age: 65 Weight: 153 pounds Height: 5ft 10 inch
Total HRT program: SottoPelle Testosterone Pellets every 6 months, 300 IU hCG sub-q M-F, .05 mg letrozole once weekly.

14 May 2015 blood work: Serum T: 1,264 ng/dL (one month since LAST pellet insert procedure);
                            Free Testosterone: 21.7 pg/mL
                            Estradiol (ultrasensitive): 17.4 pg/mL
                            PSA (Roche ECLIA): 3.1 ng/mL  (March 2014 = 2.6 ng/mL)
                            D3: 77 ng/dL
                            Prolactin: 7.0 ng/mL
                            Cortisol: 6.9 mcg/mL (down from 12.8 one year ago)

I am responsible for my enjoyment of my maleness. My success depends on my best efforts to stay healthy and live a positive lifestyle.

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Re: Looks like I'll be cutting down on the testosterone a bit...
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Re: Looks like I'll be cutting down on the testosterone a bit...
« Reply #17 on: December 04, 2015, 06:41:55 pm »
Good Day, my friends!

I shall also second a vote for the usefulness and need for compounding pharmacies. I shall not get into a rant on
 Big Pharma trying to kill CPs...but, read the news. Anyway....

My AI is Letrozole in .1 mg troches (a small gelatinized tablet-like affair). I take 1/2 of the troche each Sunday night.

Last three blood tests (over a year period) have my E2 (sens) level at 17, and I feel Manly and Functional.

The compounding pharmacy has a small useable dose in a small troche, at a cost I can afford. Only
cosideration is the troches have be refrigerated. No problem there, as they are with my hCG medication.
(also from a sterile compounding pharmacy, CPAB nationally rated.)

Last blood test after my pellets showed everything is at good levels, particularly T just at 1,100.

Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving, and will have a very Merry Christmas. I've been busy
and happy at my Lady's farm this Summer. Been lurking in the background, but thought I would post on this.

Ya'All take care. Keep fighting the Good Fight ! Cheers ! Sam D.

Glad your feeling good! 

Hey, be careful with that 17 number.  That's not too far above the #s I have seen - admittedly under the old test - where bone loss occurs.
THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE BOOK ON TRT/TESTOSTERONE:
https://www.amazon.com/Natural-Versus-Testosterone-Therapy-Myer/dp/1523210532/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1499116128&sr=8-1&keywords=natural+versus+testosterone+therapy
And check out my New Peak Testosterone Program: http://www.peaktestosterone.com/peak_testosterone_program
If you are on medications or have a medical condition, always check with your doctor first before making any lifestyle changes or taking new supplements.  And low testosterone is a medical condition.

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Re: Looks like I'll be cutting down on the testosterone a bit...
« Reply #17 on: December 04, 2015, 06:41:55 pm »