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... I believe it could be the secondary cause for my bone problems which should not be happening at my age! You do not want to end up with bone fractures at an early age. ... (26 replies)
... hey Orion, I agree, low testosterone can lead to more aggresive forms of prostate cancer, but The occurence of prostate cancer in men with hypogonadism is not any greater then those of men with normal testosterone levels. ... (26 replies)
... I am a relatively fit 60 year old who visited thye doctor to complain about a lack of energy and tiredness and "drive". After testing for thyroid and other possibilities, I was found to have an abnormally low testosterone level. ... (0 replies)

... It doesn't seem that either of you have addressed Cortisol. Just becuase your Cortisol is low, doesn't mean it's not responsible for your low Testosterone. ... (92 replies)
... There is absolutely no evidence that high testosterone causes prostate cancer. In fact, you are more likely to get the deadly form of prostate cancer if your testosterone is low. ... (26 replies)
... I'm 21 and have been going through a severe and life affecting stomach function dissorder for over a year now. Was only recently diagnosed after a lot of exploratory tests and blood tests. ... (26 replies)
... blood is health insurance covered...go to primary care doctor. I live in NC and all urologist do is total and free T, estradiol and a cbc...with no interest to followup after isuing a an RX except when the Rx runs out. ... (16 replies)
... I really thought my T would be higher this time since I've been eating a TON of broccoli, exercising, avoiding SOY, etc....however, it was like 120...sigh... ... (17 replies)
... ray of blood flow through, or if there's a leak, out of your member. ... (7 replies)
... The results indicate testicular failure, that is your testicles seem to be NOT producing testosterone as directed by the Pituitary gland. ... (7 replies)
... Can you tell me more about Vitamin D deficiency in relation to low testosterone? ... (5 replies)
... Based on the "normal" testosterone range of 9.9 to 27. ... (26 replies)
... I was recently diagnosed with low testosterone and looking for answers. My T scores are 232 total and 4. ... (0 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)
... I've had very low sex drive and frequent ED for about a year and half, combined with fatigue without apparent cause. ... (0 replies)
... Not really a lengthy post. You have numerous issues there that could relate to low T. Low T is probably why you are dragging all the time. The key is to find out why it is low before you just go slap on andorgel. ... (3 replies)
... I am freaking out, as low T of 209 indicates fertility problems. ... (5 replies)
... Also, do you know if there have been clinical trials with these kinds of supplements or are their effects more theoretical? ... (15 replies)
... The T supplement will reduce the production of testosterone by the testicles. HCG injections will increase testosterone production by the testicles, but you will still need to lower the Estradiol E2. ... (15 replies)
... Most likely you will fall into the category most people do of no known cause. In this case you must treat the disease symptoms rather than its cause. This means testosterone replacement or HCG or both. ... (18 replies)


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