- 11-27-2007, 11:05 AM
Just an update on my journey with TRT I am still with my 3rd Dr who had me feeling very good but I felt I could feel better so I enlisted the services of "Hard as Nails” I sent him my blood work history and current TRT and supplement program tweaked some and added others and I know feel GREAT and getting better everyday! After 2 years and not having sex with wife w/o cialis or something like that we have been going at it like teenagers for the last week and I am not taking anything ... and I just got aspire 36 and have no need anymore. For all of those struggling sometimes it can be the most minor change that offers the greatest reward. Finding a good Dr is key and it can't be done w/o but also having somebody who understands how supplements affect the whole system is even better. "HAN” you’re the man looking forward to seeing the changes after we tweak my diet as well!
- 11-27-2007, 12:22 PM
The whole implimetation of the suggestions are based on extensive interviewing dealing all aspects of lifestyle patterns, from where they worked, past drug history, to present day habits from getting up to when they goto bed. from there I look at daily eating patterns , current supplmenttation, mineral imbalances and current symptoms. in conjunction with HRT I compliment each indivdual needs base upon teh extensive indept inteerview.
I work from specific method from cellular level on up restabilisation of cell membrane and correcting proper digestion, gut , malabsorption problems that may be hormonally linked, then from there is on to balncing the liver pathways according to specific blockages, so to remedy the problem.I give support to all pathways.
- 11-27-2007, 06:52 PM
11-28-2007, 08:46 AM
11-28-2007, 03:05 PM
Did I read this correctly?
You take a daily shot of test?
I understand the benefits from keeping your t level constant but is that why you are doing them daily?
If thats not the reason can you explain why?
11-28-2007, 03:11 PM
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11-30-2007, 08:50 AM
11-30-2007, 09:05 AM
My doc is looking at thyroid now, but I may have to make the switch to shots.
Truth be told, I've been feeling a little off lately.
11-30-2007, 10:01 AM
Shots are the only way to go, trying transdermals have a use only if one is not able to find a doc who would write him script for injectable T.
Next wery important item in my experience is having blood test done at Quest Diagnostics.
This two tests, exactly as posted.
Estradiol, Free, LC/MS/MS (36169X)
Testosterone, Free, Bio/Total (LC/MS/MS)
Using thise two tests get
FreeE2~(0.45 - 0.6)
Also get FreeT3 tested, get it adjusted so it is on top range
That covers 50% of health problems discussed here.
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