Three Month Update on TRT

TRT Man

I started testosterone replacement therapy at age 31 after being diagnosed with secondary hypogonadism. Researching hormone replacement therapy (HRT) with testosterone was difficult because all of the info was for women or bodybuilders. So I decided to create a site for average guys looking into TRT.

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4 Responses

  1. Jeff says:

    Damn I hope that doc prescribes you an anti-E. I’d be freaking out if that was happening to me! Why the hell would you want to go through surgery and have nipple scars?
    Anyway, I’ve taken Arimidex in the past and heard it caused side effects so I switched to Aromatasin instead, you might want to look into that as well.
    Also, when my doctor refused to prescribe me HCG and an Anti-E I took matters into my own hands and simply ordered them online myself 🙂 It’s not hard to find overseas websites that will ship things right to your doorstep.
     

  2. Jason says:

    I have secondary hypogonadism as well. What different therapies have you found that give you a sustained high level of testosterone? As I had been reading of people on various therapies and reporting that their testosterone is still very low, or is actually lower than before they started TRT.
    My doc doesn’t do injections in office, and that was too painful for me to do at home in the leg. The patch left a rash. I’ve done the Androgel, but not sure if that raised my T levels or not, as I seem to recall people talking about the gel not doing anything. Other than that, I think I’d be interested in the pill injection.

    • TRT Man says:

      You can inject testosterone in the stomach subcutaneously. People often say you can’t but that’s how they prescribe it for gender-confused folks. I Googled testosterone injection or something on YouTube and there was a whole bunch of them all injecting into their stomach with an insulin needed. Pretty much painless.

  3. Jason says:

    Never heard of subcutaneous testosterone injections. The only injections I’ve heard of was in the muscle. But that got too painful doing it in my leg.

    I was interested in the pellets. But found the only places that offer that are the “specialty” clinics that charge out the ass. So too costly.

    I may go back to trying out the gel again since Androgel now has a more concentrated version.

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