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Low T #13278143 09/12/19 03:14 AM
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Mine isn’t all that low, but could be higher (around 450). Been experience fatigue, low motivation, and generally not as energetic as a year ago. Doc says low T could be a factor. I’m thinking of trying it, but wondered if any of you had experience with this. Doc said some guys feel fine at 450, others don’t. What say ye?


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Re: Low T [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13278829 09/12/19 06:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Shift 3
u want more of a he's dead ratio then a she's dead percentage. after its 51% she's dead you get headaches blindness and the stream part. like dizzy i guess.
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According to my Doc you should only the T replacement if truly needed because there are potential serious long term side effects such as liver damage...etc. There is also some debate as to if it increases risk for prostate cancer. There are other side effects as well.

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Following as well....been looking into this, but I heard you can boost this with exercise and certain food. Not sure what to trust because I'm not keen on doctors anymore. They usually pimp out drugs more than giving alternatives to try first.

Re: Low T [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13281039 09/14/19 11:47 PM
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Look into some research on how much impact squats have on testosterone. If you’re not working out I’d suggest that as a first step

One example

https://www.menshealth.com/uk/building-muscle/a757409/5-moves-to-boost-your-testosterone/

Re: Low T [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13281205 09/15/19 03:02 AM
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The roll one and shots don’t continue to work. Been there done that. They wear off quickly.
Find a doctor that does Bio T.
This is an implant in the hip of testosterone that last 6 months.
It works great. I’ve been having the treatments for 2 years now and it works with zero negative side effects.

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