good for you man...
Had my first visit with Dr. John Monday. I would have posted sooner, but I spent the last two days at the hospital as my father had a massive heart attack on Tuesday morning. He's still in critical care. But... back to the point of the post.
I think this thread will be just like Kingneptune40's. My visit was great! I wish I would have discovered him years ago. Every bit of it was pleasant from start to finish. Kim was a pleasure to talk to and to guys who are going to be going there....don't step on your tongue ! I mean WOW! And as Wildfox said, she knows how to walk too!
Dr. John was the first doctor who I've ever talked to who didn't talk down to me. I felt relaxed and comfortable. He seems extremely knowledgeable and I am completely confident that I'll finally find the answers I've been seeking.
I could go on and on... any of you guys who have pondering going to see him? Do it! You won't regret it.
Anybody interested in my starting a log to chronicle my treatment?
Thanks for your time to all who read this. Todd
good for you man...
Todd...........Sorry to hear about your dad, I have had a similar situation with my father recently........very stressful.......Hope things are going better........
On a lighter note, good to hear Dr John has you pumped........I cant wait to get my blood results back and start my treatment........I think you should definitely keep us updated on your progress over the next 6 months........"within the guidelines".......per Dr John.............Good luck my man.........Peace
yea keep a log
Hello again everyone. Dr. John had me do the std. 24 hr urine urine panel after 2 weeks w/o any hormone affecting supplements. I finished it today and froze it per instructions and it ships out tomorrow. I'll have a follow-up appt shortly thereafter (can hardly wait!). I'll start a log when actual treatment begins.
My dad finally went home after a week in the hospital. I have had alot to do with oxygen machines/tanks, etc. in addition to my normally hectic work schedule. At least life has normalized somewhat.
Hey doc, I didn't really ask you at the visit, but your patients who have had successful treatment with TRT/HCG, etc. what are the most common things to expect and what are the typical timetables for those results. Any immediate changes (first couple weeks)? I know you are very busy, but if you should read this, any reply would be very greatly appreciated.