***NEED ADVICE/OPINIONS ON DR CRISLER'S TREATMENT PLAN***
- 03-06-2010, 01:35 PM
- 03-06-2010, 01:51 PM
Did Dr. J take you off the shots or did you stop on your own.
I see your body is trying to come back but one still can't go by LH and FSH after being on TRT. Talk to Dr. J about a restart see if he can't get your body making T again.
- 03-06-2010, 03:12 PM
FSH 3.4 1.6-8.0 mIU/mL
LH 3.8 1.5-9.3 mIU/mL
Blood must have been drawn prior to T shots, (or long after), while on T-shots those numbers would have been close to zero.
Those LH & FSH numbers produced
TESTOSTERONE, TOTAL 373 241-827 ng/dL
Not much to get excited about.
So he is shutdown from previous T use and not able to get to his old 600.
My question is, is it worth to get him to 600 naturally.
That is why I asked about SHBG.
03-06-2010, 04:12 PM
Yes a lot of men have seen Dr. J that were put on TRT and did not need it and he got them started again. Some men were shut down from steroid use but others there dam Dr. shut them down. I have 3 men at the H2 forum that were shut down from being on TRT one got off it and just took arimidex to get his levels back up. One other one came for a different forum and when on gels because he was fatigued his levels were up there past 600 near 700 he stopped TRT on his own took some time but his levels are now back up. And they are doing fine.
This is why I tell men don't go on TRT until you know why your low. I know on guy thought he would eat more healthy and was drinking a lot of SOY MILK everyday ended up with low T from the SOY MILK. He come to the forum at Yahoo because he felt he was to young to be on TRT it took time posting to him but as soon as he said he is now a health nut and drinks a lot of SOY MILK that was it.
SOY in men looks to the brain like it's Estradiol and the brain thinks the Estradiol is Testosterone and his LH and FSH was why down do to SOY.
03-06-2010, 08:45 PM
To clarify your prior post, I actually stopped the use on my own when I noticed that my nipples were getting sensitive. On top of that I wasn't seeing any improvements mentally or sexually from being on the test shots, so I decided to stop. I'm very surprised Dr. J didn't try a restart protocol before putting me on trt, but I didn't figure to challenge his knowledge at the time. He told me that I was "sick" and needed to get my adrenals back in line while bringing my testosterone to the upper range. I just don't think my General Practitioner and Dr. J have been thorough enough in looking at all possible angles..thats what makes me the most frustrated, oh well. I'll bring up what everyone has mentioned thus far this Monday. I appreciate all the help and feedback from everyone. Much respect.
03-07-2010, 11:32 AM
I know what Dr. J was trying to do your adrenals were bad and he was trying to treat them and get your T levels up so they were not stressing your Adrenals even more. Now that you stopped TRT ask him to try to jump start you.
A lot of dam good Dr.'s like Dr. Marianco will try to treat Adrenals and Thyroid first to see is Testosterone levels will come back up on there own.
But these men were very low on there T levels. You were not and like I said your Dr. should not have put you on TRT with a level of 600.
So now all you can hope for is that Dr. J can get you jump started again if not you will end up needing TRT for life.
04-02-2010, 09:42 PM
Sounds excellent dude.
I hope that you can get your normal numbers back, I have been on HRT for a few years since my early 20's and natural was always better.
More of a raging sex drive it is close HRT but it is just not the same as your natural system driving itself at its peak.
I hope all goes well with your visit.
04-02-2010, 09:46 PM
I would say with a good Bioavailable testosterone along with a decent number in the 600's it would be worth it on the Labcrop scale I was natural from mid 600's to mid 800's this was in my late teens early 20's, before hormones got all jacked up.
It was miserable but I would say it may be very well worth keeping his numbers natural in the 600's if them would have been close to his natural normal numbers anway.
05-18-2010, 11:46 AM
I have been reading your posts with great interest and now wants to have some help from you. first few questions if you don't mind to answer.
1-what was the reason for your hypogonadism?
2- how is going your HCG monotherapy, I am assuming you are just on HCG only.
3-do you feel over time you HCG dosase has decreased? if yes what might be the reason.
4-have you checked your LH and FSH recently, some say on HCG these values go down, some claim HCG actually bring these valuse up.
about me, I became hypo just 12 months ago , when used Saw palmetto for my hairloss
If you want you can start new thread for me so that other people can benefit from our discussion.
I thank you in advance for your time and help.
05-19-2010, 10:21 PM
I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.
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