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... Please don't mind me for stepping into the conversation, but you mention doing shots on your own. This is a problem I'm having cause my DR. ... (53 replies)
... Ken have the shots cured any ED and how about semen volume? ... (14 replies)
... life is about 7 days. As a result in three weeks, if you were given a 200 mg shot, you would have about 25 mg left in your system. ... (53 replies)

... and I take HCG, clomid, it "may" make my testosterone go up to ? ... (12 replies)
... Many of your symptoms can be related to low testosterone. I'm glad to see you had your thyroid checked and it looks normal to me too. Another possible causes could be low in vitamin D and I would suggest having it checked. ... (2 replies)
Att: Darkfur
Sep 6, 2003
... Yeah, things probably will work out for me. In a few short months, I might have the balls I've always wanted. But you will not. I feel terrible that you're going to be left behind in this. ... (20 replies)
... Your LH is very low for a man with low Testosterone and your TSH is low as well. Low LH, FSH, Thyroid and Testosterone means you have a pituitary problem and most likely also have low cortisol, and growth hormone. Low cortisol is potentially life threatening. ... (19 replies)
... you should be able to find it and you will see that it mentions many of the things I said above. Including checking for hemochromatosis and using HCG therapy when fertility is desired. ... (41 replies)
... You don't give enough information to give good advise to you. I would need to know your age, general health, and blood test results and whether or not you want to remain fertile. ... (12 replies)
... will by definition stop LH production and shrink testicles. The only way to avoid this is to take HCG, but that assumes that the testicles can use it to make T. Since your husband has low LH and low T, it is most likely his testicles can use the LH but aren't receiving a sufficient amount. ... (6 replies)
... A recent blow to the head or a severe viral infection can cause pituitary damage that kills the cells that make LH and FSH. Also some chemicals can affect the pituitary are well. Recent exposure to dangerous chemicals is also a possibility. ... (9 replies)
Att: Darkfur
Sep 4, 2003
... I have no problem with you being gay. I already knew you were because I searched for some of your old posts here. I wanted to know more about you before I replied. You've been here for some time now, seeking ways to improve your appearance. ... (20 replies)
... I have read of many men who started losing hair but I don't remember their dosages. If you are over 40 and still have your hair, replacing test may not affect you that way. I was concerned about DHT so I went with shots. Now I need a telescope to see my DHT it is so out there. ... (30 replies)

Associated Tags: endocrinology, fatigue, hypogonadism, low libido, low testosterone

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