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  1. Quote Originally Posted by JanSz View Post
    You would have to run this slowly be me again, I am missing what you are trying to say.
    Maybe I misunderstood your posting. I read it as you saying that 200mg/wk of cyp was a contributing factor to someone you know committing suicide, and I was just pointing out that is not very likely.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by BigAk View Post
    That's not a great doctor!!!! Has the defenition of a great doctor become to be the one who will do whatever you tell them to do??? Let's wait until RugbyHooligan runs into issue with his self-determined "copy-cat" HRT regimen and see how this "great" doctor does!!! LOL .... My prediction??? Oh.. sorry for your trouble, it's time to refer you to a specialist... then start from square one over again...

    It kills me what you guys say sometimes!!!!
    I hear that BigAk it took me 3 Dr's to finnaly get to where I feel better and doing what everyone else says or does is not the answer. I learned just adding random things you see in a forum will usually make it worse it is better to find a dr who understands it and wait the time to tune it. Tokk a few tries for me but now with the thyroid meds, dhea and preg the test and hcg all seem to be working better and some changes to my diet helped even more ... I though this was an anti aging forum but more and more it is starting to look like just another steroid forum ... there is way more to anti aging than testosterone
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by kwyckemynd00 View Post
    Maybe I misunderstood your posting. I read it as you saying that 200mg/wk of cyp was a contributing factor to someone you know committing suicide, and I was just pointing out that is not very likely.
    Wires crossed 90degree.

    He must have been low on testosterone, and that I think was the reason for his depression and demise.
    Depression, yes - no question about it, low test is just my guess he was newer tested for that.

    I doubt if he or those around him ever heard the word testosterone, it was a while back, it was also in the sticks.

  4. Gotcha... my bad, I can't read

  5. Wow, lucky! I have an amazing doctor now, but when I was still searching I stopped counting the number of doctors I saw after I reached 25; it was getting depressing.
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  6. bfoley, I don't feel comfortable doing that since I don't know you at all.

    she is a family doctor and I don't want to delude her with patients who want TRT. I don't even give her out to my friends.

    she has been good and fair to me and I really don't want her to think I am recommended people to her to "juice up"
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