How do so many of you get TRT?
- 05-08-2013, 08:35 PM
of course, if you can have a comfortable relationship with a physician
who is not motivated by greed
then you should take every advantage.
some doctors i have known either personally or professionally have been down to earth people
but after the hillary-aided nixonization of health care accelerated in the 80s
attitudes on both sides of the relationship changed.
now, i wouldn't trust an american physician to touch my blood without some prior outside relationship extending past the paperwork.
as for taking care of one's self, it is good sense, but some people never have the luxury, materially or emotionally.
part of this this might be a cultural/generational/socioeconomic thing...
when i was young,
john wayne was still a big influence on young men
mostly through their fathers
and then that guy got stomach cancer likely from shooting movies on radioactive sand taken from the nuclear test sites in the desert
(makes you wonder why we are doing the same thing to the sands of Iraq, huh...?)
ule brenner (maybe spelled his name wrong) smoked himself to death
and man-culture in the USA changed...
clint eastwood went from cowboy to vigilante cop
burt reynolds drank beer and drove cross-country "trans-am" races
but ended up a poor man's james bond,
and michael douglas told us greed was good,
but finally fell down exhausted by all the bull****
that idiots who actually believed that
made of the world
i mean, when you think about it, falling down is a zombie movie...
this all happened in the 4 decades that i have been alive
as a youth, i was taught that men abused their bodies in the service of some sort of enterprise, to change the world and to make it a better place, makes things right, at their own expense, no complaints, just push the f*** on and shut up.
that was the standard.
i spent a lot of my life covered in used motor oil with alcohol and cigarettes on my breath.
- 05-08-2013, 08:38 PM
I'm trying to think of a movie reference to reply with....
- 05-08-2013, 08:38 PM
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05-08-2013, 08:52 PM
Are you using those digital BP machines with the one size fits all cuff?
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05-09-2013, 09:19 AM
99% of endos are going to specialize in the biggest endocrine problem in medicine, Diabetes, not hormone replacement.
Any Dr who cares to research it and prescribe it can do so. Speciality does not matter.
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