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TOPIC: Low T
Created by: jenmark10
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What treatment have you found successful? Any success with herbal supplements, over-the-counter, or topical cremes?

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Curious about the possibility of safely treating low T after a heart attack seven years ago. I currently take blood thinners, blood pressure, and cholesterol lowering meds. Feel great and in decent physical shape, but have all of the signs of low T. Will be seeing my GP soon to discuss but wanted some real world thoughts on this. Has anyone here had heart or blood pressure issues and taken testosterone increasing meds afterward? Thanks…..

Albertville AL
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I havent seen anyone mention the increased risk of cardiovascular disease with test. treatments. I have a app on my phone I use to identify pills. Comes in handy when responding to a 911 call and the Pt. was a Od. on pills he stole from his parents.

On this app it has random news feeds. I saw one about testosterone treatments linked to increased risk of heart attacks. I asked my Dr. about this. And he said yes if its not done right. Jacking up the test to fast is bad according to him. He is against the shots. and uses the compound cream. Claiming this is much safer. I know he treats pro athletes, so I guess i'll take his word for it.

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Glad I found this post. Had a mission aborted with my first full swap and it bugged me so bad had T tested for the first time and it came back low. Going back to the doctor in 2 weeks so all this information will come in handy thanks

Collierville TN
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No OTC test for testosterone as far as I know. Plus not all labs analyze testosterone. They send it out and it can take up to a week to get results. In AZ, all my labs are analyzed locally except T. It gets sent to CA.

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Are there any over the counter test for T level?

Riverside CA
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OTC d-aspartic acid as well as l-arginine and zinc are good for t levels.

Phila PA
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My gynecologist does my pellets and our GP does hubby's.

I find it's better to see a doctor for the pellets or hormones that incorporates them into their mainstream medical care as opposed to "anti-aging" doctors who only do that. Plus they generally charge twice as much.

Scottsdale AZ
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Regular doctor for me. If i run into complications or need more info, id go to an endo but i see no reason. It doesnt seem like rocket science to me

Parsippany NJ
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Endocryologist, blood doctor.

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BigBambu, welcome to the Forums! I love your post and your pictures, but have a simple question for you: are you 55, as you wrote in your post, or 50, as you list in your profile? You look great either way. ;^D

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TOPIC: Low T