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... The clomid may work for you and is certainly worth a try. Do you mind giving me the name and city of your doctor? ... (51 replies)
... any type of T replacement is less than ideal...always better if you can make your own. My doc felt that I had not testicle atrophy and that my inflamatory disease could have been the reason my LH and FSH shut down signialling the testes to make T. ... (51 replies)
... I expect to be starting TRT myself because I doubt the Clomid did anything for me. I really didn't feel any different at all. I basically tried the Clomid challenge in case I was one of the very few that manage to get a restart of the HPTA. ... (30 replies)

... Still not convinced clomid is working but test results will be interesting....and then libido returning will be the ultimate test. ... (51 replies)
... I read your message about Clomid with great interest. I am in a similiar situation with my doctor, who is advocating the use of 50 mg of Clomid every other day to attempt to "restart" my pituitary function. I haven't begun taking the Clomid, but I want to move forward with the attempt. ... (51 replies)
... is what got me to reading more, and seeing REAL articles that related to it possibly being restored over a longer period of time. Since I DID get a jump from the Clomid challenge, I asked for a longer run, as in 2 months. ... (30 replies)
... got some increase in libido and some ED help but of course had atrophy. Does Clomid result in an increase in testicle size? ... (51 replies)
... ajor concern for you. You may find that he says not to worry about that, you can take HCG when you want a baby. Well for me I would not want to risk that. The atrophy may be too severe at that point. ... (12 replies)
... Cyp....mainly to prevent testicular atrophy and to also help libido. ... (30 replies)
... interesting...so theoretically, a person in my situation (trying to conceive), could go on TRT so long as a low dose of HCG is part of the treatment - as that saves sperm count/fertility. I feel like i brought this up to my real forward looking Urologist at a T friendly clinic around Boston, and he said "no." either that or i read a urologist say that it is not a good idea... (8 replies)
... HCG works to keep the testes stimulated and making Sperm and T. Also prevents atrophy from TRT. ... (8 replies)
... HayFarmer... be glad to provide you with his name etc... He is in Boston, Havard Grad etc. Extremely knowledgable Endo...give lectures on the subject etc. Definitely in the same caliber as the others you recommend. I suggested HGC and he is aware of it...he did not feel it was necessary in my case as his inspection did not reveal atrophy...in fact he commented on my... (51 replies)
Coming Off Hrt
Dec 15, 2007
... The clomid test is used to see if the problem is in the hypothalmus. ... (10 replies)
... If no cause is determined you should to an MRI of the pituitary to rule out a pituitary adenoma. If that is negative you can do a clomid test. ... (7 replies)
... s all like black magic Certain things have been found to work for some people but we really don't know exactly why or how to know who they will work on. If the clomid test works you have a chance at restart. If not then at least with my doctor I don't think he even tries but he would try HCG before any kind of replacement. ... (25 replies)
... stop androgel, after 3 days then start taking clomid for one week. ... (14 replies)
... I think what I was thinking when going to HCG is that I didn't see tremendous progress on Clomid and a guy I know who is a patient at the same practice liked HCG much better so I opted for that. ... (19 replies)
... your endo probably used the clomid with you to try to restart your production. I took it too it raised my T to 700 but once i got off it went back down to 200. ... (1 replies)
... So far, I haven't been able to get any doctor to do more than tell me that Clomid is not approved for use in men and is therefore unsafe. ... (0 replies)
... You can also try the clomid test. In this test you take clomid for a week or up to a month and then test T and LH again. If the clomid can "trick" you pituitary into sending more LH it will show up on your blood test and you may be able to use clomid instead of T replacement. ... (18 replies)




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