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... Sorry In advance for such a long post. ... (2 replies)
... I am a 20 year old male who has been severely suffering from many symptoms of low testosterone for the last year. I feel as though since I was 17 my testosterone levels have slowly decreased to the point where they have currently diminished to close to nothing. ... (9 replies)
... Hi! Im a 27 year old guy who just discovered that my T levels are on decline. ... (7 replies)

... The "T" levels you describe are extremely low for your age. Testosterone cream may help a little, but testosterone shots might be dangerous. I suggest you see an endocrinologist and have a full workup. ... (9 replies)
Can't grow beard
May 25, 2005
... Since you already have some sexual hair, and your testosterone result was reasonable, I don't think the problem is testosterone. ... (5 replies)
... my current libido is normal enough, but as with the total T number, I'd wager on the low, low end of things. ... (7 replies)
Can't grow beard
May 25, 2005
... I didn't know where to post this, I hope someone can help. ... (5 replies)
... Need your thoughts on some really messed up hormones I have. 26 year old male... ... (11 replies)
... muscle loss, weakness and bone loss. Don't those sound like the symptoms of old age? ... (14 replies)
... The first test was 167, on a scale where the low end was 250. ... (4 replies)
... s, my libido died completely and I started putting on a lot of weight. Went through the full battery of tests and they finally found that my T levels were horrible. ... (1 replies)
... ally know where else to go with this. My Dr does not seem to understand what trying to say about my mental state as he seems to discount my concerns because I am a very successful IT professional and he does not think it would be possible with the sort of symptoms I describe to him. Here goes. ... (7 replies)
... I have been reading Dr. Shippen's book and I wish I had stumbled upon it when it first came out! Thank you Hayfarmer for recommending it! A wealth of information! ... (14 replies)
... ating when it seems like your doc isn't listening when you tell him you aren't feeling right. Then he tells you whatever you're doing is not enough or that it is a psychological problem, you're depressed. ... (4 replies)
... I've posted on here before a couple years ago for the same issue, but it was never solved. A lot has happened since then, so I figured I'd try again using the new information and see if anyone can help. ... (22 replies)
... fo is much appreciated. My estradiol was tested by an endocrinologist in may, the test showed that it was at 37 which I believe is normal for me. I undoubtably have fatigue problems, however i dont feel my estrogen levels are off only testosterone. ... (9 replies)
Low Testosterone
Aug 23, 2005
... week of a hormone that is supposed to help raise my testosterone level. Mine was at 370 and I just turned 41. My Dr. ... (9 replies)
... Frequent urination is also a sign of a pituitary problem especially if each time you urinate you have a large volume frequently. The pituitary makes a hormone called vasopressin which regulates water in the body. ... (9 replies)
... I am 51 and feeling a hell of a lot older. I have very low normal readings for DHEA, Free and Total Testosterone, and Human Growth Hormone. ... (5 replies)
Any ideas?
Jun 13, 2007
... I am 29 years old, never smoked and rarely drink. I have always had a normal sex life until about a year and a half ago. Around that time I noticed that had difficulty achieving and maintaining an erection. ... (2 replies)

Associated Tags: brain fog, endocrinology, fatigue, hypogonadism, libido in men, low libido, low testosterone, prolactin, testoserone

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