Can anyone tell me why it is not common to simply take an aromatase inhibitor to counteract the natural increase in aromatase enzyme during the early years of dropping free T that comes naturally with aging?
I am 35 and have much lower libido than I did a few years ago. I also seem to exhibit all the classic symptoms of low T. Likewise, I have all the classic changes of my bosy that are associated with increasing estrogen/aromatase. My T tests fine. It makes me wonder if I could just lower aromatase it wouldn't have the same effect as turing back the clock to when I did not have these symptoms (ie my aromatase was lower).
Please correct me if my premise is flawed. My notion is that our free T starts to drop with aging first largely as a result of aromatase levels increasing. Therefore, it seems logical to me that a key to extending one's youth free-T-wise, would be to keep aromatase levels low as when younger. I wonder, then, if it would be a good idea for me to consider some kind of treatment with regular low-level doseage of an AI.