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... With all due respect you have no idea of what youre talking about until you are sick with this. Firstly for most of use with hormone problems the low libido is expressed such that your brain still wants to have sex but the body does not cooperate. ... (11 replies)
... down, thinking that it's simply their lot in life to feel this way. ... (26 replies)
... I can relate completely my friend. I have almost all the symptoms you have. I was an athlete up until I got sick. I still have not given up on the idea that my Low LH and Testosterone are transient. ... (92 replies)

... Just wanna say that you sound like a real decent guy and both PrimalSympathy and yourself are great people for taking the time to post such informative and helpful replies. It DOES make a difference to the people who need to know. ... (26 replies)
... Wanted to give you all some history on my Testosterone Therapy. Maybe this will help some others. I started the Therapy early June 2007 after a vacation to Denver, Colorado. Before my vacation I had my yearly physical and discussed with my Doctor how I was feeling. ... (13 replies)
... It really gets frustrating 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)
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)
... Hey Peejee, if you have the test results the Endo ran, try posting them here with the lab ranges. If you don't have them, get them because doctors often don't know how to count and can't even read a blood test. ... (26 replies)
... very low energy, no sex drive, ED, low ejaculate levels, depression, moodiness, increased belly fat and weight gain, etc. ... (12 replies)
... Yes your levels are off BTW your testosterone is on the low side. Weeding through your symptomology it sounds like you have a primary liver dysfunction. Remember hormones produced by the pituitary gland get metabolized by your liver. ... (20 replies)

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